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Checking JBoss status remotely

 
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Hi,

Is there any way to check if JBoss is running or not (on a remote machine) other than hitting the http
port in the browser?
I tried to use twiddle.sh but it's always returns true (even though JBoss is not running).
Please let me if there is any other way to accomplish this.

Regards,
Umashanker N
 
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A similar discussion happened in our JBoss forum here
 
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