[jboss-user] [Installation, Configuration & DEPLOYMENT] - Multiple configuration folders
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Tue Aug 19 16:03:21 EDT 2008
Hi I am a newbie to JBoss and I need some desperate help!
In windows on a basic installation to run multiple servers for folders under the server directory you can just use:
run -c <folder1>
run -c <folder2>
once you have configured the JBoss ports so they dont clash.
I am working with Linux and I am already working on a machine with a different installation so I dont where the run.sh file is since the bin directory is not there under jboss4. To start and stop JBoss i use the command:
sudo service JBoss4 start sudo service Jboss4 stop
upon looking I found that the configuration file I found that the configuration to be loaded is set in jboss4.conf specifically by the JBOSS_CONFIGURATION variable.
How can I achieve the above effect of windows in this installation of Linux
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