Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1014183
Refolmulate the first paragraph of "Start and Stop Servers"
Last modified: 2015-10-20 00:33:49 EDT
Title: Start and Stop Servers
Describe the issue:
We should reformulate the first paragraph a little bit. The rest of chapter is fine.
>You can start and stop servers with the Management CLI or the Management Console.
you can start only server instances of domain.
>Both management tools allow you to control a single Standalone Server instance, or selectively manage multiple servers across a Managed Domain deployment.
>If you are using the Management Console, please refer to Section 2.2.2, “Start a Server Using the Management Console” for instructions.
again, this chapter is valid only for domain mode.
>If you are using the Management CLI, the process varies between Standalone Server and Managed Domain instances.
There are still some inaccuracies in http://docbuilder.usersys.redhat.com/22508/#Start_and_Stop_Servers1.
You cannot start standalone server with any of management tool, you must use scripts to start it (See next paragraph in documentation "A Standalone Server instance can be started by the command line scripts, and shut down from the Management CLI with the shutdown command."). Only instances you can start and stop with management tools are server instances of managed domain, domain itself and all hosts must be started via script too.
Some Management CLI examples:
You can restart and stop the standalone server, domain or server instances of domain.
- reload the standalone
[standalone@localhost:9999 /] reload
- stop the standalone
[standalone@localhost:9999 /] shutdown
- stop, start and restart the server-one from host named 'master' of managed domain
- stop the host (domain controller in this case) named master
- you must start the standalone server or managed domain via proper script located in $JBOSS_HOME/bin directory.
- you can manage and stop (you cannot start it!) standalone server and managed domain via management tools
- you can start and manage managed domain server instances via management tools
Feel free to ask if there is still anything not clear, it may be a little bit tricky :).
*** Bug 1241183 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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