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Getting Started with GlassFish

The GlassFish Application Server Version 3

Written by

Masoud Kalali Software Architect, E-Peyk Enterprise Solutions

A must-have for anyone new to the GlassFish Java application server. It covers version 3 of GlassFish.

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Section 1

About Glassfish

The use of GlassFish application server is growing, and having a reference card for day-to-day jobs is inevitable. Looking for a sample command to perform a specific job can take time but by using this refcard, you won't need to look for any commands or lose time searching in countless pages of manuals and administration references. This refcard covers administration, security, and performance management topics.

Section 2

What is GlassFish?

GlassFish is a Java EE application server which is hosted on Java.net and mainly sponsored by Sun Microsystems. GlassFish usually has full support of the latest Java EE related JSRs. It is accessible both under GPL and CDDL licenses.

What makes it different from other products:

  • Support for the latest web services specification in addition to proven interoperability with Microsoft WCF.
  • Support for both older and newer versions of EJBs.
  • Cluster wide management and deployment.
  • High availability both with in-memory replication and persisted replication using HADB.
  • Fine grained monitoring API based on JMX in addition to already available monitoring facilities in its administration console.
  • Support for Ruby on Rails, in addition to PHP support, using Quercus makes GlassFish a suitable application server for hosting heterogeneous applications.
Section 3

Where to Get GlassFish

Usually more than one version of GlassFish is available for download, which includes the current stable version, the previous stable version with all patch and post ported features, and development builds of the next GlassFish version. You should choose the current version unless you are looking for a maintenance release for past versions, or you are eager to check out new JSRs or functionalities.

Downloading the right version of GlassFish: If you are going to deploy some applications in a production environment you should choose a current stable version. And if you have a very mission critical application, but you do not require to have the latest standards, go with the previous stable version. Development versions are only suitable for experimental tasks and not for production. The current version of GlassFish is GlassFish Version 2, update release 2, which is available at: https://glassfish.dev.java.net/downloads/v2ur2-b04.html.

Distribution packages are available for six different operating systems as follows:

Operating Systems English Language Distribution Package Multilingual Distribution Package
Solaris SPARC Platform glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- sunos.jar glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- sunos-ml.jar
Solaris x86 Platform glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- sunos_x86.jar glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- sunos_x86-ml.jar
Windows Platform glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- windows.jar glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- windows-ml.jar
Linux Platform glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- linux.jar glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- linux-ml.jar
MacOS Platform glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- darwin.jar glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- darwin-ml.jar
AIX Platform glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- aix.jar glassfish-installer-v2ur2-b04- aix-ml.jar

Selecting a GlassFish version: There are several downloads available for each version of GlassFish. Each of these packages is suitable for one operating system so you need to ensure to get the package designated for your own OS. Go to https://glassfish.dev.java.net/public/downloadsindex.html to access the GlassFish download page.

Sun Microsystems' distribution of GlassFish: Sun Microsystems provides an alternate package of GlassFish application server. Sun's package comes with an installer, integrated HADB for the enterprise version, an integrated Open ESB, Portlet container, access manager, and some other projects. Sun's distribution is located at http://java.sun.com/javaee/downloads/index.jsp.

GlassFish documentation: There is plenty of documentation which will help you to get started or to continue with using GlassFish. Some of the most important:

Section 4

Installing GlassFish

How to install GlassFish: In order to install GlassFish you will only need to execute the following commands in the console window:

  1. java -Xmx256m -jar glassfish-installer-vx-bx-osname.jar
    It will extract the packed file, while vx and bx will be replaced by version and build number.
  2. ant -f setup.xml

If you do not have ANT in your environment then you can navigate to the extracted GlassFish directory and execute:

lib/ant/bin/ant -f setup.xml

The first installer will install GlassFish in the developer profile and the second one will setup GlassFish in the enterprise profile, which is a cluster aware configuration.

GlassFish Directory Structure

Each GlassFish installation can host multiple domains that work independently with independent configuration areas like security, access port, and libraries. You deploy your applications inside these domains, and the domains are the entities which span your server. Figure 1 shows typical content of a GlassFish installation directory.

GlassFish Installation Directory Structure

Figure 1: GlassFish installation directory structure.

  1. Domains parent folder is typically where a created domain will reside.
  2. A designated domain lib folder is where you should put your common libraries like JDBC driver, cache libraries, and web framework library.
  3. Copy any deployable package into this folder, and GlassFish will pick it up and deploy it using default configuration.
  4. All logs that you may need for troubleshooting are inside this directory.
  5. Scripts to directly start and stop the domain without using asadmin reside inside this folder.
  6. Domain configuration files like domain.xml and default-web.xml are inside this directory.
  7. Deployed applications reside in the sub-directory of this directory.
  8. Domain master password which protects domain certification store files, is stored inside this file.
  9. asadmin and other commands like wsgen, wsimport, xjc, and jspc reside inside this folder.
  10. Inside this folder resides one of the most important features of GlassFish. It lets you add or update your application server functionalities.
  11. JMS implementation of GlassFish applicaton server resides in this folder. There are some administration tools for JMS broker administration inside its bin folder. GlassFish uses Open MQ as the default JMS implementation.
  12. The library folder of the application server which is shared between all domains that are hosted in the instance and certainly all applications that are deployed inside those domains.
  13. Sample application which will help you learn Java EE faster and easier.
Section 5

GlassFish Administration Channel

GlassFish provides you with several administration channels which can be used in different situations.

Web-based administration console: You can access the Administration console using a browser. GlassFish uses a separate http listener for the administration console in order to provide a detailed, and completely separate configuration for it.

You may access the web-based administration console using In case you are trying to access the administration console from a remote place, change the IP address to the address which resembles your server address. The default administration credentials are admin as username and adminadmin as password.

Command line administration console: This is the preferred way for the experienced administrators who can't quit the command line habit. However, some tasks like creating/ removing/backing-up and restoring a domain is only possible using the CLI (Command Line Interface). To enter the command line administration console, navigate to GlassFish_home/ bin and execute ./asadmin. There are two ways to execute a command using ./asadmin or asadmin.bat.

  1. 1. Pass the command as a parameter to the asadmin when you want to execute it.
    ./asadmin help
  2. 2. Execute the asadmin and then execute the command in the asadmin console.

Hot Tip

You should know that you can get general help by executing the help command in the administration console, and you can get detailed help for each command by executing

help command-name.

JMX (Java Management eXtension) / AMX (Application Server Management eXtension): This channel is mostly preferred by developers who need to interact with the GlassFish administration core by code. These APIs allow you to extend monitoring and management facilities of the GlassFish application server. In order to connect to the JMX administration console, you can use any JMX console like JDK's JConsole or MC4J, and then connect to the GlassFish server using IP: 8686 and its administration credentials. The port may differ based on your selected port number during domain creation.

JConsole is a part of the JDK (Java Development Kit). You can run it by issuing the jconsole command in your operating system command line interface.

MC4J is a JMX management console built on top of Net- Beans RCP. It is highly modular and easy to use. MC4J can be found at http://www.mc4j.org.

Section 6

GlassFish Domains Profile

Each GlassFish domain can be created in one of the following three profiles. Each profile has its own characteristics, and therefore, its own benefits and drawbacks.

Profile Characteristics
Developer Suitable for developers who develop and test applications; embedded JMS implementation; no clustering; heart-beat support
Clustered Can join a cluster, support heartbeat, has both embedded and local JMS implementation and can also support in-memory session replication.
Enterprise This domain is comprised of all the Cluster profile features, in addition to utilizing NSS for security store, replication using HADB, and enabled platform security manager by default

You should consider that when you have no replication, you have the best possible performance provided by the application server, and using any kind of replication either in memory or HADB degrades the performance. --profile lets you determine your domain profile during domain creation. Here is a detailed profiles comparison:

Features Developer Cluster Enterprise
Security Manager Disabled Disabled Enabled
Security Store JKS JKS NSS
HTTP Access Log Disabled Disabled Enabled
JVM Software Client Client JDK
Session Replication No In Memory HADB
Cluster Support No Yes Yes
GMS Heartbeat No Yes Yes
Quick Startup Yes No No

Hot Tip

If you would like to change the default 60 minutes time out of the web-based administration console to something smaller or bigger, you can use the following command in asadmin CLI:

set server.admin-service.das-config.admin-sessiontimeout- in-minutes= NUMBER

Section 7

Common Administration Tasks

Some common administration tasks that you may encounter in performing your daily jobs are categorized as follows:

Task Command Description
To create a domain create-domain --adminuser admin --adminport 4848 --instanceport 8080 --profile cluster --domainproperties domain.jmxPort=8686:http.ssl. port=8181 domain8 Although the command gives you much more control, the ones mentioned are enough.
To start a domain start-domain --verbose=true domain8 By using --verbose=true you can see detailed output about what application server is doing and spot any possible problem it may encounter.
To stop a domain stop-domain domain8 It will stop the domain8; you will need to include domain name if you have more than one domain in the domains directory.
To delete a domain delete-domain domain8 It will delete the given domain (domain8)
To backup a domain backup-domain domain8 This command will create a backup from a domain named domain8. The domain is in the default domains directory of GlassFish. Otherwise you will need to pass --domaindir, which points to a parent directory of the designated domain. Backups will reside inside a directory named backups, which is inside the domain8 directory.
Restore a domain backup restore-domain --filename / opt/dev/apps/Glassfish_2_ur2/ domains/domain8/backups/ sjsas_backup_v00001.zip domain8 As you can see, we pass the complete path of the backup file in order to allow the asadmin to process and restore the given domain based on its content.

Following are some additional commands related to domain management:

Command Description
list-domains Lists all available domains. You can pass --domaindir <PATH_TO_DOMAINS_DIRECTORY> in order to list domains that are not in the default domains directory
verify-domain-xml Verify the domain.xml file to check its consistency. You may issue this command after you edit the domain.xml manually. It takes domain name as its required operand
Section 8

Deploying, undeploying and monitoring applications, and managed resources

GlassFish provides web-based administration console and CLI for performing administrative tasks. Supporting both CLI and web-based console will let administrators with different tastes manage their GlassFish installation from their favorite channel. For example, a veteran administrator may write some scripts for performing daily jobs while another administrator may prefer to use web-based console to manage the application server. In this refcard I will use CLI path as it is easier and saves time.

Deploying and undeploying an application: To deploy an application independently from its type (WAR, EAR, RAR, etc.), the following command will do the job. The command has many options which are omitted to show the common use case. Application server should be running to execute the command.

deploy --name samplename --contextroot samplecontext --upload=true --dbvendorname derby --createtables=true /home/ masoud/customer-cmp-ear.ear

A Command in the Console

The above image shows how a command will look in the console (cmd in windows, terminal or gnome-terminal in Linux).

However, when you are deploying into a cluster of domains you should use --target parameter to determine that you want to deploy it into the cluster instead of the default server. Required JDBC resources should already be created in order to automatically create and drop tables.

To undeploy:

undeploy --droptables=true samplename

You may omit host, port and user parameters if your target server is the default local server and you are not going to provide alternative user name and passwords.

Create and delete a resource. (JMS, JDBC)

To create the JDBC connection pool:

create-jdbc-connection-pool --datasourceclassname com. mysql.jdbc.jdbc2.optional.MysqlConnectionPoolDataSource --restype javax.sql.DataSource --steadypoolsize 8 --maxpoolsize 32 --maxwait 60000 --poolresize 2 --idletimeout 300 --isolationlevel read-committed --isisolationguaranteed --isconnectvalidatereq=true --validationmethod auto-commit --property User=root:Password=passwd:URL="jdbc\:mysq l\://" sample-mysql-pool

Make sure that you take careful look at how we escape ":" in each property, like URL, it is also the sign that we should use to separate different properties. Many of the above parameters are not required if you are going to use default ones. Usually the common attributes --steadypoolsize and --maxpoolsize have default values.

In order to delete the created connection pool you will only need to execute:

delete-jdbc-connection-pool sample-mysql-pool

Now to create a JDBC resource which your applications typically will look up and use in order to interact with the database:

create-jdbc-resource --connectionpoolid sample-mysql-pool --host --port 4849 --secure --user admin jdbc/sample-jdbc-resource

Take a closer look at what is written in bold. If you want to connect to the server using a secure connection then you should include --secure parameter, and also use the https port of the application server administration console.

To delete the created resource:

delete-jdbc-resource jdbc/sample-jdbc-resource

Here are some commands related to JDBC resource management:

Command Description
list-jdbc-connection-pools Lists all JDBC connection pools.
list-jdbc-resources Lists all JDBC resources.

GlassFish provides a rich set of commands to manage JMS resources like JMS hosts, destinations and resources. I will demonstrate creating JMS resource and JMS destinations.

Section 9

Create a JMS Resource

create-jms-resource --restype javax.jms.Topic jms/sample-topic

Other resource types:

  • javax.jms.Queue
  • javax.jms.TopicConnectionFactory
  • javax.jms.QueueConnectionFactory

Here are some related commands:

Command Description
delete-jms-resource Deletes a JMS resource by using its JNDI name.
jms-ping Checks the default JMS server status, whether it is running or not.
list-jms-resources Lists all JMS resources.
Section 10

Monitor a Resource

GlassFish provides very good monitoring facilities. You can monitor the application server using all three administration channels mentioned earlier. Monitoring is a bit different than other commands, because first you should know what you want to monitor, then you need to change the level of monitoring, and finally you can monitor the element.

  1. Find the monitoring status of all components that can be monitored using the following command:
    get server.monitoring-service.module-monitoring-levels.*
  2. Change the level of monitoring to HIGH or LOW (by default it is OFF)
    set server.monitoring-service.module-monitoring-levels. jdbc-connection-pool=HIGH
  3. Monitor the element that you like. In our case, the sample-jdbc-resource: monitor --type jdbcpool --filter sample-mysql-pool --filename /opt/out2.csv --interval 5 server

The target instance that we monitor is the "server" instance, and we only like to view monitoring data for one connection pool. The command stores the monitoring data in a csv file.

Section 11

Secure the GlassFish Application Server

  1. Make sure to change both the administration password and the master password of your domain after you create it. The following commands will change the passwords. They don't need any parameters if you work with the default domain.

  2. Make sure to configure listeners to only listen on a specific IP address, and not all available addresses. For example, for a http listener, the steps are as follows:
    • Open the web-based administration console and use your administration credentials:
    • From the left panel, navigate to Configuration > HTTP Service > HTTP Listeners > http-listener-1
    • Change the Network Address field to your designated address.
    • Run GlassFish under its own user, and provide only the required permission for the GlassFish user.
  3. Enable and configure "Security Manager" to ensure that GlassFish, or any deployed application, won't do anything unorthodox. There are two levels of policy configuration possible:

    Policy Configuration Policy File Path
    Domain wide domain_dir/config/server.policy
    Single application level domain_dir/generated/policy/application-name/applicationname/granted.policy
  4. Don't save any password in plain text. Use an alias instead. If you are concerned about your database password being accessible in domain.xml file you can use an alias to store the password, and then use that alias when you create the JDBC connection pool:
    create-password-alias sample-aliasAnywhere that you need to use the above password just enter ${ALIAS=sample-alias} as the password placeholder.Related commands:
    Command Description
    delete-password-alias Delete a password alias
    list-password-aliases List all password aliases
    update-password-alias Update a password alias with a new password
  5. Do not type your administration password when using CLI. Instead, save the password into a file and pass the file to the command using --passwordfile parameter. To do this, the following steps are required:
    • Create a plain text file somewhere accessible by a GlassFish user. For example, passfile.txt.
    • Create a password alias. For example, admin-alias using create-password-alias
    • Add AS_ADMIN PASSWORD=${ALIAS=admin-alias} to passfile.txt.

Now you can use this file to avoid typing your administration password.

Hot Tip

Remote debugging

You can start GlassFish in debug mode and then attach a debugger to its JVM. Usually the port number for remote debugger attachment is 9009. To start GlassFish in debug mode you can use the following command in the asadmin environment:

start-domain --debug DOMAIN_NAME

Some debuggers which can be used:

NetBeans IDE: http://www.netbeans.org
JSwat: http://jswat.sourceforge.net/
JDebugTool: http://www.debugtools.com/

Section 12

GlassFish and Performance

Usually there are several places that we should check and fine tune in order to get better performance from our available resources. Application Server is one of the places which can be tuned without affecting the application code. There are several places which we may fine tune to get better performance, such as:

  • Memory. JVM has several memory sections and each one has its own purpose. You should fine tune how much memory should be assigned to each section. You may use GC Portal, a product developed by Sun Microsystems to help you fine tune the JVM's Garbage Collection configuration parameters, or you can simply view the memory consumption rate by using a simple JMX client like JDK's jconsole. GC Portal is available at java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/Programming/GCPortal/
  • Change the JVM Type to server by going to Application Server> JVM Settings> JVM Options. You can also change all JVM parameters for memory management, such as:

  • Request Processing Threads number:
    Configuration> HTTP Service > Request Processing

Usually this number is close to your number of CPUs or CPU cores.

  • HTTP listener Acceptor Threads number:
    Configuration> HTTP Service> HTTP Listeners>

Changing this number depends on what kind of resources each request needs to be fulfilled. For example, it only needs CPU or database and process management is involved too.

  • Connection pool attributes like Maximum Pool Size, Maximum Wait Time, and vendor specific attributes such as caching.
  • Thread pools configuration, if you use any.
  • Make sure to change some development related attributes of default-web.xml to ensure better performance. The file is located inside the directory numbered 6 in Figure 1.

Definitions should be included in JspServlet definition.

Section 13


The most important source for troubleshooting is in the log files. GlassFish stores log files in directory #4 in Figure 1 on page 2.

Hot Tip

server.log is the most important log file that GlassFish creates, so it will be the source for finding possible problems.

Configuring the logging behavior and logging level :

Application Server> Logging> General

You may use rotation to have old log files stored for further review or you may change the logging level of a component, which you think is the source of a problem, by looking at:

Application Server> Logging>Log Levels

Make sure that you never use extensive logging in a production environment.

Section 14

Diagnostic Reports for your Domain

GlassFish can generate a diagnostic report from the application server state. The report can be generated with different levels of detail:

  • To configure which components are required to be present in a diagnostic report, navigate to Configuration > Diagnostic Service. Here you can choose both a diagnostic report details level and components that need to be included in the report.
  • Now you can generate the report either from Application Server > Diagnostics or by using the following CLI command:
    generate-diagnostic-report --outputfile /opt/reports/gf/
    domain1.jar domain1

This report gives you a snapshot of your domain with all related log files and configuration for later review. The report is compressed as a jar file and contains some interrelated HTML files for each type of information you may need.

Section 15

Clustering and Load Balancing

A cluster is a logical entity of several homogeneous server instances. Instances can be on a single machine and single subnet, or they can be scattered throughout several machines and subnets. Usually each machine is called a node and has at least one Node Agent. The Node Agent is a process responsible for the life cycle of the instances (create, stop, start, delete, watchdog) that is running on that machine. To be clear, a server instance is a running domain in a GlassFish installation.

GlassFish application server has clustering capabilities and is compatible with several web servers, or hardware appliances, as the load balancer.

A cluster is usually controlled by a domain that is usually served as the single point of cluster administration and not for serving applications. This domain is called DAS (Domain Administration Server). Administrators use DAS to configure and manage the clusters that are created under it.

GlassFish clusters can:

  • Have in-memory replication
  • Have persisted replication using HADB

When using HADB, the performance will degrade but the reliability will be the highest because all replicate information will get persisted in multiple instances of HADB.

A cluster needs to have a load balancer to distribute the load (Incoming Requests) between all instances in order to prevent a server from saturation.

Several load balancers such as Sun Java Web server, Tomcat with Mode_JK, Apache HTTPD with Mode_JK or Mode_proxy, F5 traffic managers, or others can be used. However, the only load balancer that can be configured from the DAS is Sun Java Web Server.

Figure 2 shows a complete anatomy of a clustered system.

Anatomy of a Clustered System

Figure 2.

To set up a cluster you will need GlassFish Application Server, Version 2: https://glassfish.dev.java.net/downloads/v2ur2-b04.html. Make sure that you choose the correct distribution for your operating system.

To set up the DAS, install GlassFish in the cluster or enterprise profile:

ant -f setup-cluster.xml

Now you need to have a (in-memory replicated) cluster in your DAS that will be the single point of management for all of its instances.

Create-cluster cluster-01

Related commands:

Command Description
delete-cluster Delete the given cluster, the logical entity not the instance members
list-clusters List all clusters
start-cluster Start the given cluster (start all of the cluster instances)
stop-cluster Stop the given cluster (stop all of the cluster instances)

Install GlassFish in Cluster's nodes:

In each one of the cluster's node, GlassFish should be installed in the Cluster or Enterprise profile in order to be able to create domains with clustering capabilities. To set up GlassFish in a node, use the following command:

ant -f setup-cluster.xml

Create a node agent on the node that will host some instances. Using the --port and --host is necessary in order to let the Node Agent understand where the DAS is, and that it should communicate and join.

create-node-agent host <DAS_ADDRESS>
--port <DAS_ADMINISTRATION_PORT> <strong>node-agent-01</strong>

Now start the node agent

<em>start-node-agent <strong>node-agent-01</strong></em>

Related commands:

Command Description
delete-node-agent Delete the given node agent
list-node-agents List all node agents
stop-node-agent Stop the given node agent

Creating instances is possible both from the DAS administration console or CLI, and from the node's CLI itself. To use DAS CLI to create some instances assigned to a specific cluster:

create-instance --nodeagent node-agent-01 -- cluster
cluster-01 instance-01

By starting the cluster, all in-memory information of every instance member will be the same in order to have a homogeneous farm of servers.

start-cluster cluster-01

To set up the load balancer, visit https://glassfish.dev.java.net/javaee5/build/GlassFish_LB_Cluster.html.

Hot Tip

An instance can only be a member of one cluster and not more.

IP multi cast should be allowed between subnets when we have instances on multiple subnets.

Instances which form the cluster virtually shape a ring topology network. Each instance gets a replication date from the previous one and sends its data, in addition to received data, to the next member in the ring. Instances are sorted in alphanumerical order. So the best bet for maximizing the availability, and having all data, is sorting cluster members in a way that none of the instances which resides in a single node come one after another. You can do this by selecting proper names for instances.


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