>> You should be able to achieve this by using <jvm-arg> inside the <server>
>> 
>> <server id="a" address="127.0.0.1" port="6800">
>>  <jvm-arg>-Dserver=A</jvm-arg>
>> </server>
>> 
>> <server id="b" address="127.0.0.1" port="6801">
>>  <jvm-arg>-Dserver=B</jvm-arg>
>> </server>
>> 
>> Regards,
>> Alex
>> 
> Hmm, that's exactly what I tried first, as mentioned below.

Did it work for you? What version of Resin 3.1 did you try it with if it did 
not work?

>  Can you 
> have jvm-arg inside a resin:import'ed file?
Nope, the server does not allow <resin:import tag.

Alex
> 
> Aaron
> 
>> 
>>> I tried doing a resin:import on a jvm.xml file that has just jvm-args in 
>>> it, but I haven't found a combination that works.  I have tried 
>>> surrounding the <jvm-arg> tags like this:
>>> 
>>> Try1:
>>> 
>>> <server>
>>> ...jvm-args..
>>> </server>
>>> 
>>> Try 2:
>>> 
>>> <server-default>...jvm-args..</server-default>
>>> 
>>> Try 3:
>>> 
>>> <server>
>>> <server-default>...jvm-args..</server-default>
>>> </server>
>>> 
>>> Try 4:
>>> 
>>> <cluster>
>>> <server-default>...jvm-args..</server-default>
>>> </cluster>
>>> 
>>> None of these are working.  Any thoughts?
>>> 
>>> Thanks,
>>> 
>>> Aaron
>>> 
> 
> 
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