On Mar 12, 2007, at 9:02 AM, Jose Quinteiro wrote:
> Those are passed inside a configuration tag now:
> I guess the watchdog uses those parameters to launch Java with the
> appropriate args. I don't know if you can control the Java args to the
> watchdog itself. I don't see anything encouraging here:
The watchdog-arg add a command-line argument to the watchdog process
Although, since the watchdog doesn't do much, it's only really useful
if you're adding something like remote JMX. There's no need to set
any memory values for the watchdog.
> John Steel wrote:
>> As a longtime resin user we have built up some scripts to control
>> running instances, some of which fail with 3.1.0.
>> Specifically, in 3.0.23
>> - in httpd.sh the args= isn't picked up, we used args="-Xmn100M
>> -Xms500M -Xmx500M -J-Duser.timezone=Europe/London"
>> - a startup script (restart-a.sh) just has this line
>> $RESIN_HOME/bin/httpd.sh -conf conf/resin.conf -pid resin-a.pid
>> but 3.1.0 complains about the pid
>> Pointers gratefully received, Thanks.
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