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Starting JBoss From a Remote Server

Starting From a Remote Server

JBoss can load itself from a network server using run script’s -netboot=<url> option

Result: jboss.home.dir=<url>

Everything resolved relative to home URL

NetBoot requires run.jar on the client side, and a web server with support for PROPFIND WebDAV command

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JBoss AS itself can serve this role

Use an Ant script to set this up

To boot JBoss AS from a remote server, you would execute something like this: ./run.sh –netboot=http://192.168.0.1:8080/jboss/

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