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User Commandsdelete-jvm-options(1)


 delete-jvm-options - deletes the JVM options from the Java configuration or profiler elements


 delete-jvm-options --user admin_user [ --password admin_password ] [ --host localhost ] [ --port 4848 ] [ --secure|-s ] [ --passwordfile filename ] [ --terse=false ] [ --echo=false ] [ --interactive=true ] [ --profiler=false ](jvm_option_name=jvm_option_value)[:jvm_option_name=jvm_option_value]*



Deletes the JVM options in the Java configuration or Profiler elements of the domain.xml file. You can enter more than one JVM option separated by a colon (:) . If the JVM option starts with a dash (-) then use two dashes (--) before the operand to distinguish that JVM option is an operand and not an option. JVM options are used to record the settings needed to get a particular profiler going.


authorized domain application server administrative username.
password to administer the domain application server.
machine name where the domain application server is running.
port number of the domain application server listening for administration requests.
if true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the domain application server.
file containing the domain application server password.
indicates that any output data must be very concise, typically avoiding human-friendly sentences and favoring well-formatted data for consumption by a script. Default is false.
setting to true will echo the command line statement on the standard output. Default is false.
if set to true (default), only the required password options are prompted.
indicates if the JVM options is for the profiler. Profiler must exist for this option to be true.


the left side of the equal sign (=) is the JVM option name. The right side of the equal sign (=) is the jvm_option_value. Additionally, you can use ":" as a delimiter for more than one jvm-option. If the jvm-option contains a ":", use the escape character \ to offset the ":" delimiter.


 Example 1. Using delete-jvm-options
asadmin> delete-jvm-options --user admin --password adminadmin 
--host fuyako --port 7070 --profiler=true -- "-DDebug=true":"-Xmx256m":"
JVM options deleted

Where the JVM options are creaded. The double dash (--) is used between --profiler options and the operand because - indicated the end of the options and the following text is the operand. The double dash (--) is necessary here since there are single dashes (i.e., --DDebug) in the operand. To distinguish between the options and the operand, the double dash (--) is used.


command executed successfully
error in executing the command




J2EE 1.4 SDKGo To TopLast Changed March 2004