As we have planned to implement jboss web server. i am curious gather some information about it.My question is where jboss stores the deployed file. Because jboss server starts with no error.but i cant able to access my application.Its showing 404 error.I just want to know the path where jboss stores the deployed file or the any log files that tells the story.
I am thinking of performing a fresh ubuntu install, but I have a LOT of DSL connections created in my laptop (10.10, created through the NetworkManager applet 0.8.1). Is there any file that stores the connection information, and if there is one, where is it?
I am no programming expert, but there must be a file that the Notes screenlet is storing all my notes on ( im not talkign about tomboy). If I can just find this file and then Share the file, i will be able to sync my notes between my computers. Correct? So anyone know where this text file is so that I can sync it.?
For Ubuntu 10.04, I can configure the network by "Network Connections". This configuration is done by doing the following operation sequences(System->Preferences->Network Connections->wired->auto eth0). Then I can connet to and browse the internet. If I type the command "ifconfig", I can see the ip I configured for eth0. Part of the content is as blow:
For Ubuntu 10.04, I can configure the network by "Network Connections". This configuration is done by doing the following operation sequences(System->Preferences->Network Connections->wired->auto eth0). Then I can connect to and browse the internet. If I type the command "ifconfig", I can see the ip I configured for eth0. Part of the content is as blow:
I think there should be other files that keep the eth0 configuration content. What are they?
Can anyone tell me in performance tunning of apache-tomcat and jboss application server?when I deploy some application in apache-tomcat the performance is say 100 users per second and incase of jboss it is even worst (35-40 users per second)i want to improve my performance 1000 uesrs per second..
I have one server with Jboss and Tomcat installed, I have to start these servers manually everytime I do reboot the server.How I could do to start Jboss and Tomcat automatically, when I do reboot the server?
Rebooted my server after some funky stuff started happening with mysql. Turns out the drive that stores the mysql databases has gone missing. I did an fdisk, and the partition table is gone. I used gpart to see if there were any partitions available & there were -- two + one swap. Can you help me put this back together I know very little about reconstructing a table to use... Here is the output of what I've talked about...
I'm currently trying to stop JBoss and I'm not able to accomplish it, have look everywhere... java, etc, no idea.It was working well and then it just stopped.no changes were made from a Jboss perspective.
I have developed an application written in C, Linux well tested and stripped off all the symbols for final deployment. When I'm testing the stripped off version of the application in the field. Here the application has got crashed. Now how to debug the application.
We are using a webserver and application server for our portal. When my JBoss application is down on the application server, a maintenance page is shown to the user when the user tries to access the portal. When the JBoss application on the application server is up, the webserver redirects the request to the JBoss application server. Now, while the JBoss application is up and I replace the contents of index.html page in apache with the maintenance page contents.
Still the webserver redirects the request to the JBoss application server and the contents of index.html are not shown to the user. I am not able to find out any configurations for this automatic redirection in webserver. By automatic, I mean if the JBoss application is up, then redirect the request to the application server, else show maintenance page. What I want to do is show maintenance page even when my JBoss application is up.
I am using SUSE enterprise server 11 SP1. I have jboss server application 4.0.5 GA in the above O.S where I have some problem in running the jboss. How and where to download the latest jboss server for the O.S
my problem is, in windows like drive C: D: E: F: we have here / /boot /usr like this, in windows our operating system files are stored in C: drive only (default) other than (C:drive) remaining drives are we are using our personal data storage purpose. my problem is how to use Linux were is going to stores OS data.
Does anybody know where UNetBootin stores the temporary .isos etc.. before it extracts and puts it on the USB stick. I notice my hard drive space is going down slowly and that's the only thing I've been downloading with for the past few days.
I have decided to jump from windows to Opensuse and experince more of an Linux world. Windows always stores its boot detail in MBR similarly for Linux too but i have learnt that in many different installation of Linux that we can store in the first part of the Partition but trying out i have always failed to start, since the MBR fails to identify it. I have also tried EasyBCD and adding the link to Grub as the first partition but that too it din't work.
Question 1: i hate to writing multiple times on my MBR.
Question 2 Also let say due to some reason if i have to reinstall my windows the GRUB get lost. How can i restore back.
I need to make a script that controls or checks certain assets of a JBoss server. Like if the server is running or down, or how much memory he uses, etc.Now, via the website of Nagios, i've found a script which i can use.Where can i find the things i need to check on this?On the JBoss server i get an overview of everything, but i really don't have a clue where to start looking.
When streaming audio, firefox stores files in the cache folder(home/.mozilla/firefox/xxx .default/OfflineCache.However, one the file has finished downloading, it disappears from this folder. Does anyone know where it goes?