Did you change these lines?

<log name="" level="info" path="D:/Exel/www/logs/info.log"  
timestamp="[%H:%M:%S.%s]" rollover-period="3M"/>
<log name="com.caucho.java" level="config" path="D:/Exel/www/java.log"  
timestamp="[%H:%M:%S.%s]" rollover-period="3M"/>

<logger name="com.caucho" level="info"/>
<logger name="com.caucho.java" level="config"/>
<logger name="com.caucho.loader" level="config"/>

Did you turn any of these up to 'fine'? On any one of these, you can  
do a <... level="fine"/> and then resin will spout some very explicit  
information in those logs.

I would hazard a guess that select-manager is a red herring in your  
case. There are a number of 'pro' features (gzip filter for instance)  
that will not work unless you have a license from Caucho. If you don't  
have a commercial license, resin will simply disable these features so  
don't concern yourself with those messages.

You should probably also post your web.xml file(s) for your  
applications as resin could also puke if there are problems in those  
files. Look real carefully for incomplete XML - I know that I forget  
closers all the time.

J --

On Nov 16, 2007, at 9:09 AM, Leviz wrote:

>
> Here is the message :
>
> Resin-3.1.3 (built Sun, 07 Oct 2007 03:58:02 PDT)
> Copyright(c) 1998-2007 Caucho Technology.  All rights reserved.
>
>  Using Resin(R) Open Source under the GNU Public License (GPL).
>
>  See http://www.caucho.com for information on Resin Professional,
>  including caching, clustering, JNI acceleration, and OpenSSL  
> integration.
>
> Starting Resin on Fri, 16 Nov 2007 15:44:50 +0100 (CET)
>
> and after my web service restart in loop.
>
> And I have this message in info.log :
>
>
> [16:01:19.171]'select-manager' requires Resin Professional.  See
> http://www.caucho.com for information and licensing.
> [16:01:19.171]Server[id=,cluster=app-tier] starting
> [16:01:19.171]
> [16:01:19.171]Windows 2003 5.2 x86
> [16:01:19.171]Java 1.6.0_03-b05, 32, mixed mode, sharing, Cp1252,  
> fr, Sun
> Microsystems Inc.
> [16:01:19.171]user.name: SYSTEM
> [16:01:19.171]resin.home = C:\resin-3.1.3
> [16:01:19.171]root.directory = D:\Exel
> [16:01:19.171]resin.conf = /C:/resin-3.1.3/conf/resin-Exel.conf
>
>
>
> Jason Chodakowski wrote:
>>
>> What messages are in this log file:
>>
>>>> <log name="com.caucho.java" level="config" path="D:/Exel/www/
>>>> java.log"
>>>> timestamp="[%H:%M:%S.%s]" rollover-period="3M"/>
>>
>> I'd look in your java.log. If there's a real problem with the config,
>> resin will carp pretty well about it. There are a number of pro
>> features which don't work in GPL/GNU mode, and resin will carp about
>> these too but it won't stop it from running.
>>
>> Also, try turning the log levels up to 'fine' to allow more  
>> information.
>>
>> J --
>>
>> On Nov 16, 2007, at 8:21 AM, Leviz wrote:
>>
>>>>> <log name="com.caucho.java" level="config" path="D:/Exel/www/
>>>>> java.log"
>>>>> timestamp="[%H:%M:%S.%s]" rollover-period="3M"/>
>>
>>
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