lakshminarayanan bala wrote:I've installed JBOSS 5.x.x in Windows box --> Have deployed few sample applications
Why 5.x.x? That's ancient. Why not use the latest 6.4.x release?
I wish to create seperate JVMs for each and every sample applications that I've deployed..
I'm a newbie for JBOSS and trying to find a way:
-> By default I assume all the sample applications I've deployed uses the same default JVM - Correct me if i'm wrong
-> Is there a way to create seperate JVM instances for each of the sample apps I've deployed in my Jboss server.. (intention is to split up JVM resources between the applications deployed)
-> Is there a way to start/stop JVM instances seperately if I feel like stopping an application (sample application 1 , say) seperately
As far as I know, JBoss runs in one JVM, and there's nothing you can do about that. What you can do is start a separate JBoss instance for each of your applications. These would each need their own port(s) though, but you can use Apache HTTP with mod_proxy or something similar in front of JBoss to shield that from the user.