If you want to deploy applications to B, then edit the value of RemoteDeployHostname in config-subsitutions.properties file on B.

Then on A, use the deploy command like

./deploy.sh -host <ip of B> -u system -p manager deploy <application on A>

BTW, Kevan opened a JIRA(GERONIMO-4959) for 2.1.4 Geronimo-Jetty assembly. You may want to try remote deploy on Geronimo-Tomcat one.

Any questions, please let us know.

Jeff

On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 12:27 AM, MDiamond <Michael.Diamond@noaa.gov> wrote:

On which machine should I change that information? A or B?

I tried it on both in various combinations and still get the same error. As
I understand it, I'm supposed to change it on B only, but, again, this
results in the same error. Thoughts?

P.S. If it matters, the relevant portion of my config.xml is (which I
believe is the default):
   <module
name="org.apache.geronimo.framework/geronimo-gbean-deployer/2.1.4/car">
       <gbean name="Deployer">
           <attribute
name="remoteDeployAddress">http://${RemoteDeployHostname}:${HTTPPort
+PortOffset}</attribute>
       </gbean>
   </module>

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