Two node WildFly domain installation on Linux - CustomerID

Ubisecure SSO service needs to be stopped at this point if SSO is installed on the same server as CID and SSO is using port 8443. 

/etc/init.d/ubilogin-server stop

First, extract WildFly distribution package to /usr/local/. The newly created folder /usr/local/wildfly-x.x.x.Final will henceforth be referred to as $WILDFLY_HOME. 

cd /usr/local/
tar xzvf ~/customerid/wildfly-x.x.x.Final-linux.tar.gz

Next, create the user "wildfly" and make wildfly the owner of the $WILDFLY_HOME folder: 

useradd -d /usr/local/wildfly-x.x.x.Final -M wildfly
chown -R wildfly:wildfly /usr/local/wildfly-x.x.x.Final

Copy the files from the $WILDFLY_HOME/docs/contrib/scripts/service/init.d folder as follows: 

cd /usr/local/wildfly-x.x.x.Final/docs/contrib/scripts/init.d
cp wildfly.conf /etc/default/wildfly
cp /etc/init.d/wildfly
chmod 544 /etc/init.d/wildfly

Next, open the /etc/default/wildfly in your favorite text editor, and set the following variables properly: 


Having done that, use chkconfig to install WildFly as a service to all relevant run levels: 

chkconfig --level 2345 wildfly on

You can now start the Ubisecure CustomerID service with the systemctl command: 

systemctl start wildfly

Uninstalling WildFly

In case you need to uninstall WildFly here are the instructions for it. To uninstall WildFly just remove the service files. 

systemctl stop wildfly
chkconfig --level 2345 wildfly off
rm -r /etc/init.d/wildfly
rm /etc/default/wildfly.conf
userdel wildfly

Then either delete the WildFly installation folder or backup it to a different location.