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Jboss final start up message not comes up in console

chaitanya kiran pvn
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hai ranchers

When JBOSS server is started, we generally get a message saying 'server started in some secs', I use to get this message everytime I started the server. After deploying a new ear in JBOSS, final 'server started' message disappeared,although the newly deployed ear didn't gave any error. I browsed the application which worked well and the logs are still getting reflected, can anyone tell me what can be problem with JBOSS Console not showing the final server started message?
in my log it looks like this




thanks in advance
chaitanya

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[ November 29, 2007: Message edited by: Jaikiran Pai ]
Jaikiran Pai
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Did you deploy this application after the server was started (i mean, did you copy the application to the deploy folder when the server was already running)?


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chaitanya kiran pvn
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hai

i copied my folder and then started my server.then it comes in the server log like this
ok
chaitanya kiran pvn
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iam already posted my console and server log can you check and tell me what wrong in it. see this post CommunicationException in war file deployment .
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chaitanya
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Jaikiran Pai
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I dont see anything that's obviously wrong with those logs. Try out the following:

- Go to the jmx-console (http://localhost:8080/jmx-console)
- On the page that comes up, click on the type=Server link under jboss.system (make sure you click the correct link, because there is one more type=Server link under Catalina).
- On the page that comes up, there will be a table displayed which shows the properties and values. Check what the "Started" property value is. If the server is started, it will be shown as true.
chaitanya kiran pvn
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hai

ok in jmx-console type server it shows as true
Started boolean R True MBean Attribute .
thankyou
but why it was not comes into console.as well as how to debug my application when i got any exception in web page.and if i put trace in that page as ou.println are system.out.println it wont show in the console.
thanks in advance
chaitanya
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A System.out should by default be visible on the console (or atleast in the server.log file), unless you have done any changes to the log4j.xml file in the conf folder of JBoss. That file by default sets the Threshold of the ConsoleAppender to INFO.
chaitanya kiran pvn
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hai
iam not change the conf log4j.xml it is seted as default. hear i post my log4j.xml
if any changes please change and send me.




thanks in advance

chaitanya
 
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