Compatibility :3.3.4
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DO NOT modify any of these parameters unless you have read this property description. Incorrect settings can cause the Wrapper to fail to operate as expected.

Disables automatic JVM restarting by the Wrapper. This includes restarts where the JVM crashes or exits unexpectedly. Restarts invoked from within the JVM using the WrapperManager.restart() method or configured restarts will be allowed to proceed normally. The default is the value of wrapper.disable_restarts.

This property was requested by users who wished to make sure that the JVM was never restarted automatically under any circumstances but who still wish to be able to control restarts in other ways. Most users, however, will want to leave restarts enabled.

When tuning of the restarts is required, the wrapper.max_failed_invocations and wrapper.successful_invocation_time properties can be used to control the number of restarts that will be allowed.

Example: (Disable Restart)


Setting this property to TRUE will effectively disable many of the error recovery features of the Wrapper because the Wrapper will shutdown if any such errors are encountered.

Reference: Restart, Start Up