|Subject:||Re: Cannot keep service running|
|From:||Byron Nevins (Byro...@Sun.COM)|
|Date:||Feb 9, 2010 10:33:18 am|
I believe you have found a fat bug. One that has reared its head in many situations over the years. You have a space in your install folder. The windows program we are using to help with the services -- winsw.exe -- does not appear to respect the spaces in the name.
If you simply attempt to run EXACTLY what the error files say they are trying to run -- you will see the problem clearly:
start-domain --verbose --domaindir J:/Aux Program Files/glassfishv3/glassfish/domains domain1 i.e.
start-domain --verbose --domaindir J:/Aux Program Files/glassfishv3/glassfish/domains domain1 -- start-domain sees 3 operands. Only 0 or 1 operand is allowed (the domain name)
I have 2 work-arounds --
1) Reinstall V3 into a path with no spaces (this will fix the problem for sure)
1. create the service 2. uninstall it (....\domain1\bin\domain1Service.exe uninstall) 3. edit domain1Service.xml and put literal double-quotes around the path. 4. domain1Service.exe install 5. doman1Service.exe start
(I have not tried (2) yet)
Joseph Chen wrote:
I have two installations of GF3, both of them Windows Server 2003. I have them both installed with the default domain, domain1. I have created the service to run GF following these instructions:
The service crashes on both systems very shortly after being started, both from the services console and from the command line. Here is the content of my domain1Service.err.log:
Command start-domain only accepts one operand Usage: asadmin [asadmin-utility-options] start-domain [--debug[=<debug(default:false)>]] [--domaindir <domaindir>] [-?|--help[=<help(default:false)>]] [--upgrade[=<upgrade(default:false)>]] [-v|--verbose[=<verbose(default:false)>]] [domain_name]
There is also a domain1Service.out.log file being created with the contents:
Command start-domain failed.
And a file domain1Service.wrapper.log:
2010-02-08 23:26:04 - Starting J:/Aux Program Files/glassfishv3/glassfish/bin/asadmin.bat start-domain --verbose --domaindir J:/Aux Program Files/glassfishv3/glassfish/domains domain1 2010-02-08 23:26:04 - Started 3288
On both systems, the output files are the same, albeit with different paths and processIDs in the wrapper.log file.
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