On Apr 18, 2008, at 4:30 PM, Charles Lyons wrote:
>> Has anyone else seen anything like this or know what might be causing
> I can't help you but to add weight to this, I have a similar and
> problem in 3.1.5 GPL which is an issue each time I restart the
> I have a servlet mapped to the "root" of the Web server - i.e. it is
> supposed to execute just like a welcome page for:
> I can't use the servlet-mapping of "/" since that's defined in Java
> EE as
> the "default servlet" and will execute for *every* request to an
> unmatched URL, which isn't what I want. I just want the servlet to
> requests for the root.
> The "obvious" thing in Resin is to add a <servlet-mapping> with a
> url-regexp attribute:
> <servlet-mapping url-regexp="^/?$" servlet-name="MyServlet" />
> This worked for a while, until a restart. It then gave a 404 even
> several reloads, restarts and a full stop and start. So I changed it
> url-regexp="^/index.html$" which again worked, until another restart
> later) - I also couldn't then revert back to "^/?$" as the pattern
> as that
> still gave 404. Finally I'm left using "^/index.jsp$" as my pattern
> that is what's working since the last restart. So definitely something
> weird going on with those index page mappings.
This looks like a different issue. I've added it as
> I am using Resin with mod_caucho for an Apache 2 front end. I imagine
> mod_caucho might be causing the issues with patterns still giving
> 404s even
> after a complete restart of Resin? I guess also mod_caucho may be
> the main
> culprit in all this, though that's a (far from educated) guess.
/caucho-status would show the current mapping in mod_caucho. That
would be the place to look.
Since mod_caucho doesn't understand url-regexp, how are you telling
mod_caucho that your pages should be handled by Resin?
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