On Jun 18, 2007, at 11:09 AM, Ryan Vanderwerf wrote:
> I recently switched from Windows to Ubuntu 7.04 (fiesty fawn) 32
> bit and
> I can't seem to get remote debugging to work with Resin 3.x in
> 6 or 7.0M1. Resin 2.x works fine. Basically what happens is when I
> to a breakpoint, my IDE doesn't suspend - it just keeps going.
> I can remotely connect to port 5005 when I start resin with the
> following params in my httpd.sh:
> exec $java -Xms128M -Xmx384M -Xdebug
> -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=n,address=5005 -jar
> $bin/../lib/resin.jar $*
> I get an acknowledgment that the port is listening, also when I
> connect with IntelliJ then disconnect I can see this in stdout.
> Is there something special I need to do to enable this? Anyone out
> debug using this OS/IDE/Resin combination? I have a developer running
> all the same except Fedora 5 instead of Ubuntu and he has the same
> issue. Breakpoints in Resin 2.x work fine, Resin 3.x don't.
You'll want to use a <jvm-arg> (in the <server> block) instead of the
The initial process is not the same as the actual Resin process, and
since it's Resin that you want to debug, not the startup program, you
need to update the <jvm-arg>.
> Is there a way I can tell if this is a IntelliJ issue or a Caucho
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