[jboss-user] [Beginners Corner] - Re: Launching JBoss from a java application rather than usin
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Mon Feb 2 11:30:59 EST 2009
Remotely start - only if you have some kind of an agent on the remote system, or you remote shell into the system. Another possibility - is you are running on Windows and has JBoss AS set to start as a server you can use MMC to connect to the remote system and start the service. I think that Jopr comes with such agent.
Remotely stop - use JMX to call the shutdown() operation on the jboss.system:type=Server MBean. Several tools (twiddle, jmx console, embedded jopr, jopr) can do this for you.
Yes, JBoss AS runs in a single JVM. You can run multiple instances if you like.
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