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Adding, reading and removing system property using CLI

For standalone mode:

For domain mode the same commands are used, you can add/read/remove system properties for:
All hosts and server instances in domain

Host and its server instances

Just one server instance

Overview of all system properties

Overview of all system properties in WildFly including OS system properties and properties specified on command line using -D, -P or --properties arguments.




List Subsystems

List description of available attributes and childs

Descriptions, possible attribute type and values, permission and whether expressions ( ${ ... } ) are allowed from the underlying model are shown by the read-resource-description command.

View configuration as XML for domain model or host model

Assume you have a host that is called master

Just for the domain or standalone

Take a snapshot of what the current domain is

Take the latest snapshot of the host.xml for a particular host

Assume you have a host that is called master

How to get interface address

The attribute for interface is named "resolved-address". It's a runtime attribute so it does not show up in :read-resource by default. You have to add the "include-runtime" parameter.

It's similar for domain, just specify path to server instance:


Get all configuration and runtime details from CLI


Windows and "Press any key to continue ..." issue

WildFly scripts for Windows end with "Press any key to continue ...". This behavior is useful when script is executed by double clicking the script but not when you need to invoke several commands from custom script (e.g. 'bin/jboss-admin.bat --connect command=:shutdown').

To avoid "Press any key to continue ..." message you need to specify NOPAUSE variable. Call 'set NOPAUSE=true' in command line before running any WildFly 8 .bat script or include it in your custom script before invoking scripts from WildFly.


Read statistics of active datasources


Links to EAP product documentation

Management CLI guide

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