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Command to know the JBoss Service Status in UNIX.?

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As we have start and stop service command for jboss configured in UNIX, so is it possible to know about the status of Jboss!  Like can we configure command for status like service jboss status? If yes Pls. let me know.
Or is there any other way to know about current status of jboss on UNIX, as we use service httpd status command for apache in UNIX.
Thanks in Advance!
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Hmmm....as far as I know none that JBoss provides on its own. You can use the following command to find if the Java exe command corresponding to JBoss is running or not

ps -ef|grep java
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Thanks- for the command but  that I have already tried..! is there any way to configure/customize the command for Jboss Status...!

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What UNIX (uname -a)? service - like TCP port? It is not Windows... Daemon processes running in backgrouns.
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You can use jmx console to find out the status of running
jboss. Take a look at section 1.3 of
 
http://docs.jboss.org/jbossas/getting_started/v4/html/install.html
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Can you check out this link? Let me know if that is a starting point.

http://colab.mpdl.mpg.de/mediawiki/Jboss-rc-script_SLES10
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if you check 4.2.x jboss installation you will find run.sh and shutdown.sh file in JBOSS_HOME/bin directory.
Where you can find how they are doing special staff with JBOSS PID.
you can reuse those commands in your stop/start scripts
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Thanks!
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Thanks
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