How to setup Cluster on Glassfish v3
This how to imposes that you already have glassfish v3 setup and:
– running under the user “fish”
– have ssh key trust between both servers (howto setup that)
To setup glassfish it is as simple as downloading .zip file and unzip into a folder, the importat
steps is to setup the path variables etc…
I did this setup on CentOS 6 / RedHat 6 (64x)
Set remote admin (on the DAS)
# asadmin enable-secure-admin
# service glassfish restart
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Glassfish can not disable the trace method witch is a security problem!
This is what the Oracle support wrote me:
If you need to break the 2GB or 4GB heap memory size(depending on your OS/JVM combinaison) the maximum barrier for your GlassFish-powered application, you can move to a 64-bit JVM.
How to setup timezone on glassfish/jvm
How to monitor J2EE applications
I found a cool JMX plugin that is does just that.
In the example I am doing for Glassfish but I believe it can be done
for Weblogic or Tomcat as well.
On our Glassfish enviroment we started seeing the following error:
socket:java.net.SocketException: Too many open files
How to Install GlassFish ESB on CentOS / Red Hat / Fedora
I did my installation on a CentOS 5.4 and I confirm all works, just follow
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