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JBOSS clustering issue

Girish Vasmatkar
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Joined: Apr 24, 2008
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Hello all,

I'm trying to run JBOSS cluster on the same machine. I've configured two IP address for my machine and extracted the jboss directory properly.

For running in cluster mode, I created two cluster nodes viz. nodeA and nodeB by coping %JBOSS_HOME%/server/all folder and renamed it as nodeA and nodeB.

Having done this, I am simply executing this command:



However, I am seeing on the console only this line

Calling %JAVA_HOME%/bin/run.conf.bat

and nothing happens after this. Am I missing anything obvious here? Please can someone point me where the things are wrong?

Thanks


Jaikiran Pai
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Girish Vasmatkar wrote:
However, I am seeing on the console only this line

Calling %JAVA_HOME%/bin/run.conf.bat

and nothing happens after this.




Are you sure that's exactly what you are seeing? Because it's not meant to look for the run.conf.bat under JAVA_HOME.

Also what have you set the value of JAVA_HOME? What does the following output:



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Girish Vasmatkar
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Oh, sorry Jai. I am seeing



Also, my JAVA_HOME is properly configured and corresponds to jdk 1.6.

Thanks.
Jaikiran Pai
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Girish Vasmatkar wrote:
Also, my JAVA_HOME is properly configured and corresponds to jdk 1.6.

Thanks.


Post the output of that echo message please
Girish Vasmatkar
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Apologies again,

My bad!!! Somehow, I don't know, JAVA_HOME was pointing to the bin directory, which is absolutely wrong. Such a shame on me.

I rectified my mistake and now it seems to be working.

Thank you Jai for your precious time.
 
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