I think one of the processes used to be the imq process. Is that still
the case ?
Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote:
Cheng Fang wrote:
asadmin start-domain --verbose
asadmin help start-domain
--verbose By default this flag is set to false. If set
to true, detailed server startup output is
displayed. On Windows, press CTRL-Break in
window to print a thread dump. On UNIX,
press CTRL-C to kill the server and press
CTRL-\ to print a thread dump.
Ah, this is little better. On Windows, is there anyway to shut down a
server started like this gracefully? If I Ctrl-C, it kills the batch
file but the rest keeps running, and I need to manually "asadmin
Also, I noticed that when I do "start-domain --verbose", it creates
two cmd.exe processes (for two batch files), and three Java processes.
I was hoping to just see one Java process, so that I can kill it with
Ctrl+C (or Process.destroy() from Java) and be done with it.
I'm curious why this many processes are necessary. Sorry to keep using
Tomcat as a comparison, but when I do "catalina.bat run", I only see
one cmd.exe and one Java process (and when I invoke it from Java, I
can recreate the batch file, so all I need to launch is another Java