The delete-jvm-options command removes JVM options from the Java configuration or profiler elements of the domain.xml file. NOTE: In the syntax, there can be more than one jvm_option, separated by a colon.
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.
The machine name where the domain administration server is running. The default value is localhost.
The HTTP/S port for administration. This is the port to which you should point your browser in order to manage the domain. For example, http://localhost:4848.
The default port number for Platform Edition is 4848. The default port number for Enterprise Edition is 4849.
If set to true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the domain administration server.
The authorized domain administration server administrative username.
If you have authenticated to a domain using the asadmin login command, then you need not specify the --user option on subsequent operations to this particular domain.
The ––passwordfile option specifies the name of a file containing the password entries in a specific format. The entry for the password must have the AS_ADMIN_ prefix followed by the password name in uppercase letters.
For example, to specify the domain administration server password, use an entry with the following format: AS_ADMIN_PASSWORD=password, where password is the actual administrator password. Other passwords that can be specified include AS_ADMIN_MAPPEDPASSWORD, AS_ADMIN_USERPASSWORD, and AS_ADMIN_ALIASPASSWORD.
All remote commands must specify the admin password to authenticate to the domain administration server, either through ––passwordfile or asadmin login, or interactively on the command prompt. The asadmin login command can be used only to specify the admin password. For other passwords, that must be specified for remote commands, use the ––passwordfile or enter them at the command prompt.
If you have authenticated to a domain using the asadmin login command, then you need not specify the admin password through the ––passwordfile option on subsequent operations to this particular domain. However, this is applicable only to AS_ADMIN_PASSWORD option. You will still need to provide the other passwords, for example, AS_ADMIN_USERPASSWORD, as and when required by individual commands, such as update-file-user.
For security reasons, passwords specified as an environment variable will not be read by asadmin.
Displays the help text for the command.
This option helps specify the target from which you want to remove the JVM options. Valid target is server, cluster, or instance. The default is server.
This option is available only in the Sun Java System Application Server Standard and Enterprise Edition.
Indicates whether the JVM options are for the profiler. The 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. A colon (:) is a delimiter for multiple options.
To remove more than one JVM option, use a colon (:) to separate the options. If the JVM option itself contains a colon (:), use the backslash (\\) to offset the colon (:) delimiter.
asadmin> delete-jvm-options -e --interactive=true --secure=true --passwordfile passwords.txt --terse=false --user admin --target server --host localhost --echo=true --port 4849 "\\-Dtmp=sun" Command delete-jvm-options executed successfully
Where more than one JVM options are deleted.
asadmin> delete-jvm-options -e \\-Doption1=value1 --interactive=true --secure=true --passwordfile passwords.txt --terse=false --user admin --target server --host localhost --echo=true --port 4849 "\\-Doption1=value1:-Doption2=value2" Command delete-jvm-options executed successfully