Posts Tagged ‘ jBoss ’

Administration: Fall in Love with JBoss Again by Configuring the JGroup Bind Address

April 18, 2012
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Administration: Fall in Love with JBoss Again by Configuring the JGroup Bind Address

As a consultant working for multiple clients, having JBoss installed on a laptop is common to perform demonstrations or to develop SAS BI applications.  JBoss can become flaky over time and be a source of frustration for local installations because the operating environment changes very frequently compared to a server environment.  Digging through logs...
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SAS & JBoss: Too Many Open Files

March 13, 2012
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I’ve been seeing some ‘Too many open files‘ exceptions in the SAS® mid-tier JBoss logs on my Ubuntu Linux server. I was surprised about this because I remember during installation I had followed the guidance in the SAS documentat...
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Increasing the web timeout intervals

September 14, 2011
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I've been spending my weekends developing a SAS Publishing book proposal. (For those interested, it involves learning how to fully leverage SAS Stored Processes as a beginning programmer.) Creating examples and jumping between coding, testing and then ...
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Need a place to put other Web Viewable Files?

August 3, 2010
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What if you need someplace to store static files for web consumption. Things that might come to mind: Images HTML Static Title Pages JavaScript PDF Documentation (such as how-to instructions) An ideal place would be a HTML server, since these aren't ac...
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