#Disable dynamic reloading of applications set configs.config.server-config.admin-service.das-config.dynamic-reload-enabled=false #Disable auto deployment set configs.config.server-config.admin-service.das-config.autodeploy-enabled=false #Optimizing Heap size delete-jvm-options -client:-Xmx1024:-Xms512 create-jvm-options -server:-Xmx2048:-Xms2048 #Configuring Hazelcast cluster set-hazelcast-configuration --clusterName=my-production-cluster --target=server-config
Running asadmin commands using Preboot and Postboot Scripts
Since Payara Server 22.214.171.124
Administration commands can also be run against a Payara Micro instance at specific moments in its lifecycle. It’s possible to run administration commands before and after the server has started. To do this, you must provide the commands you wish to execute in special scripts.
Structure of a Boot Script
Boot scripts are simple text files that contain the asadmin subcommands used to configure the instance. These scripts will follow the next set of rules:
Each asadmin command must be represented in one line of text in the script. No line breaks are allowed.
Each asadmin command must be formatted on the syntax
subcommand [options] [operands], as if you were running the commands in a multimode session from the command line.
Empty lines and comment lines (starting with the
#character) are ignored.
Here’s a sample of a post boot script used to configure an instance for production uses:
Configuring Boot Scripts
When running a Payara Micro from the command line, use the
--postbootcommandfile options to specify the script file locations like this:
java -jar payara-micro.jar --prebootcommandfile prepare-resources.txt --postbootcommandfile ready-production-use.txt
When creating an Uber JAR using the
--outputUberJAR option, the scripts are t
ransferred inside the
MICRO-INF/ directory of the resulting JAR artifact as
post-boot-commands.txt files. For example,
when generating the Uber JAR like this:
java -jar payara-micro.jar --prebootcommandfile prepare-resources.txt --postbootcommandfile ready-production-use.txt --outputUberJar custom-micro.jar
Examining the JAR structure will confirm that the scripts have been transferred correctly:
Restrictions on Preboot Scripts
Keep in mind when writing a preboot command script, that the commands prepared will be running before the server has booted, which means not all available asadmin subcommands will yield results (for example deploying or listing applications).
|It’s recommended to create preboot scripts that use simple set commands to change the configuration of existing resources (adding new resources might not work on all cases) like network listeners, standard domain configuration and such.|