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This is in Jboss and AIX..how to restart Jboss JVM

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This  is Jboss 5.1..How to restart Jboss JVM..
please provide the complete commands as how to restart it and also in Web sphere the data source passwords are stored in serices.xml ..Similarly in JBoss is there any file which has the passwords for admin console and data sources..
And i also want to know which file does Jboss has the port information for console
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