This property controls the number of seconds to pause
between the Wrapper being launched and the first JVM being launched.
The default value is "0" (zero) seconds.
Most applications will want to maintain a startup delay of "0" (zero) seconds,
but there are some cases where system resources may not be immediately available
after a system restart for example.
In general, it is recommended to make the Java application being run,
robust enough to handle such problems.
However where that is not possible, this property may be useful.
It may be necessary to have a startup delay when running as a service or as a console application.
However having such a delay at all times would be inconvenient
when the application is being run from a console.
The Wrapper provides two variants of this property
which make it possible to specify different startup delays depending on
whether the Wrapper is being run as a service or a console application.
The service delay is specified using the
The console mode delay using the
On Linux/UNIX platforms, the Wrapper is running as a service
if its wrapper.daemonize property is set to TRUE.
The shell script, shipped with the Wrapper, will set the
if the start command is being used.