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    Is Jboss Running?

    • Article Type: Q&A
    • Product: Aleph
    • Product Version: 20
    • Relevant for Installation Type: Dedicated-Direct; Local;


    How can I tell if jboss is running?


    [Note: in v22 Apache Tomcat is used instead of jboss, but all of the commands below remain the same.]

    Either of these commands should return content with "jboss" in it if jboss is running:
    >> ps -ef | grep jboss
    >> ps -ef | grep "/a.._1/product/local/java/bin/java"

    * Try to telnet to the jboss port:
    >> telnet localhost 1891

    * Check if the jboss log is being updated:
    >> jlog
    >> tail -f server.log

    * To check if jboss is answering use this command:

    >>wget http://localhost:1891/rest-dlf/test

    It creates a file named test that contains the jboss answer.

    Additional Information

    If JBoss is running on the wrong port, consult Article rest-dlf connecting on 1892 rather than 1891 for how to change it.

    Category: Interoperability

    • Article last edited: 10/28/2015