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rouven gorsky
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Hi all

I'm using JBoss with Eclipse. In the Servers view you can set Servers Properties like Address, Port.. or Timeouts and other parameters. What and where resides the file that this information is being stored into?

How do I start JBoss manually (not from Eclipse), with start and stop timeouts set to 240 and 30 respectively?

Thanks for your help.

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Peter Johnson
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What and where resides the file that this information is being stored into?

There is a Servers directory in your Eclipse workspace that should contain that information.

How do I start JBoss manually (not from Eclipse), with start and stop timeouts set to 240 and 30 respectively?

Open a command prompt at the JBoss AS bin directory and run the run script (run.bat or run.sh, depending on your OS). By the way, the free chapter 1 from JBoss in Action covers this. There is no concept of a "timeout" when running it manually. Eclipse uses that concept to determine when to stop trying to see if the app server is running.


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