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I am an Argentinian SysAdmin living in Chicago

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comment Domain setup on a new RHEL web server
Go look in /var/log/httpd/error.log to see if there is any configuration error and while you are at it look at the access.log too.
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answered How do I set the jmx to listen in a specific IP
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comment How to configure failover for JBoss AS 5?
Sorry if I sound harsh, but your boss is retarded. If you have a cluster, and nothing in front of it the most you can do is have the client access only one of the nodes of the cluster which buys you nothing. I am not saying a hardware load balancer, an apache web server can act as a load balancer.
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comment How to configure failover for JBoss AS 5?
Read 1.1.3 in that guide. Regardless of the load balancer(or http server in front) the session replication and all the internal mechanisms of failover happen even if you do not have the http server in front. Just happens it would be useless for the client.
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comment How to configure failover for JBoss AS 5?
What do you mean? like without apache or something in front?? You need something that sends different requests to different jboss nodes. This is not like an active-passive failover (where the you have one node take over when the primary goes down), it is an active-active failover + also adding load balancing.
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comment Memory Usage in LINUX
also if you want to see how much memory a process has mapped you can use 'pmap $PID'
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comment Memory Usage in LINUX
another command is 'free -tmo'