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From Jason Dillon <>
Subject Re: Questions about using Gshell on a remote server instance
Date Thu, 21 Feb 2008 20:49:15 GMT
stop-server was created before the deploy/connect bits so its not  
using the same framework.  But I don't see why it can't... and it  
probably should.


On Feb 21, 2008, at 10:16 AM, Jason Warner wrote:

> I was working with gshell in trunk and noticed something that I  
> thought was odd.  I had used deploy/connect to connect to a remote  
> instance of geronimo.  I then went to issue a geronimo/stop-server  
> command but I didn't provide the hostname or port for the remote  
> server.  The command attempted to shutdown a local instance of  
> geronimo.  I was confused as to why this would be the case.  My  
> expectation would be that if I were connected to a remote instance,  
> then any commands sent to a geronimo server would be directed at  
> that instance.  I think this behavior might confuse users.  Is there  
> a reason things are working the way they currently are?  Is it  
> technically feasible to accomplish this with the way the command is  
> written or is it just not worth the effort?  I'd like to see what  
> other think about this, but I'm definitely going to document it in  
> the wiki.
> Thanks,
> -- 
> ~Jason Warner

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