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From Bruce Snyder <>
Subject Re: how to change the default jetty port in the M2 download?
Date Mon, 13 Sep 2004 17:59:12 GMT
This one time, at band camp, Dain Sundstrom said:

DS>On Sep 13, 2004, at 9:59 AM, Jeremy Boynes wrote:
DS>> System property is a really bad idea - for example, if you are running
DS>> multiple connectors which one does it apply to? Or are you suggesting
DS>> a whole hierarchy of properties?
DS>It wouldn't be something you would use in production, just during
DS>setup.  Right now, jetty uses jetty.port, and if this is set it uses it
DS>for the default http connector.  We could use this for the current
DS>single default web connector we install.
DS>If you are concerned, we could add a property "look for a system
DS>property" to the connector and only turn it on in our default
DS>connector.  Anyway, it would be just one property, for one default http
DS>connector, just for setup when our default port is blocked.
DS>> You also have control via JMX remoting with its own set of connectors
DS>> - for example, you could use RMI for this with the current default
DS>> config.
DS>What if the RMI port is blocked?  You need some way to bootstrap the
DS>system so you can connect a console.

Again, this was my point. If there is no manner in which to bring
up Geronimo to get to the JMX remoting, the user is out of luck.
Is a single system property going to reek that much havoc?

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