In this tutorial we will learn how to use a property file to define the variables that you can use in your WildFly CLI scripts.
This article will teach you how to use the WildFly Command Line Interface in graphical mode to simplify the management of the application server.
The simplest way to check the status of an application running on JBoss / WildFly is to use the CLI tool and the deployment-info command. Let’s see how to do it.
If you need to force the execution of Garbage Collection of a Java process from the command line the best option is to use the jcmd utility. The Java diagnostic command (JCMD) is another JDK tool (available in the bin folder of the JDK) that will trigger a garbage collection routine if the JVM can … Read more
In this tutorial we will learn how to use the JCliff tool to improve the management of WildFly application server using the CLI WildFly CLI is a powerful instrument to manage the application server resources using Dynamic Model Representation (DMR) notation. You can also store CLI commands in scripts and run them in batch. The … Read more
Here is a quick tip: How to start or stop all servers belonging to a WildFly Server Group using the Command Line Interface. Connect to the Command Line Interface: $ ./jboss-cli.sh -c Now in order to stop all server groups in “main-server-group”: /server-group=main-server-group:stop-servers Conversely, to start all server groups in the “main-server-group”_ /server-group=main-server-group:start-servers On the … Read more
Here is a new section for WildFly CLI gurus. In the first tip we will learn how to gather all System Properties which are available in WildFly using the CLI. You might be surprised to see that WidFly System Properties are not available through the /system-property path. For example, if you are looking for the … Read more
If you want to read the application server configuration file (e.g. standalone.xml or domain.xml) directly from the CLI all you need to do is executing the command :read-config-as-xml. This can be useful to be executed as part of a script, so that you can redirect the standard output to a file, like in the following … Read more
WildFly Command Line Interface is not a real programming language with complex structures. Nevertheless it’s possible to execute conditional logic in it and this short tutorial will show how to do it. WildFly Command Line Interface contains the “if” keywords which can be used to build conditional logic. here is the synopsys of the command: … Read more
Please note: twiddle is not available any more as default Command Line in JBoss AS 7 and WildFly. If you still need to monitor the MBeans attribute of the application server from the shell, see this article: Monitoring WildFly MBeans from the shell Twiddle example commands JBoss provides a simple command line tool that allows … Read more