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How many people use jboss?
How reliable it is?
Can it be used as real time app server ?
How to supress verbose messages which comes at server start up?
 
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hi there,
jboss is good.I haven't any numerious information(like how many people are using) regrding jboss but i know jboss is used in real aplication in many company.I also testing it for my small project.If u fing any more information then inform me.
with regards.
Ronak Patel.
 
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Originally posted by bipin deshpanhde:
How many people use jboss?
How reliable it is?
Can it be used as real time app server ?
How to supress verbose messages which comes at server start up?


1. JBoss enjoys wide-spread use and will soon be as ubiquitous as anything currently available in the commercial realm.
2. As for real-time usage, I guess the answer to that is a resounding "yes" if it is asked with respect to any other J2EE platforms. I suppose it depends whether you mean the marketing term or the industrial definition of a real-time system.
3. The start-up logging is not too verbose in my opinion but you can configure it to your heart's content since Apache's LOG4J provides that service. If you want verbose try turning on the console debug level
 
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I host JBoss servers for a living. I find them very reliable. And certainly don't get any support issues about their reliability.
Cheers, Peter
http://rimuhosting.com - JBoss EJB/JSP Hosting Specialists
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch Peter.
Your display name doesn't quite fit the famous JavaRanch naming policy. Could you please take a minute to change your display name to show 2 names, preferably your real name. (It's all about maintaining our professional image - don't let the one-eyed moose fool you!).
Thanks and hope you'll be visiting the ranch often,
Pauline
 
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Done, thanks for the heads up Pauline.
 
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We've been using JBoss in a production environment for 2 years now and have been nothing but pleased with performance and reliability.
 
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It's a well known fact SimCity Online runs on JBoss servers.
 
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