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JBoss 6.1.0 is taking time to start

uttam kumar
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Hi,

JBoss 6.1.0 is halting almost 5-7 mins everytime at this point. My m/c has i3 processor with 4GB of RAM. I dont think this is a system related issue. Is there any way to speed up this process?

Peter Johnson
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How long does it take if you don't have debugging (-Xrunjdwp) on?


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uttam kumar
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Same amount of time. Doesn't matter whether debug is on or off. I believe there are some points to enhance the performance of JBoss including its warm-up time.
Peter Johnson
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Are you sure that logging is not turned off? If it is, then once the bootstrap completes, you get no more console log messages.

The other possibility is that you have some network issues. The best way to track that down is to do a Java thread dump and see what the thread(s) are waiting for. This might require that you dig through the JBoss AS source code to find out what it is doing, but the stack traces in the thread dump will help you with that.
 
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