Hi Scott,

regarding the 3.2 resin-admin updates, the Graphs are really cool!
But in the current snapshot, the Heap Dump is broken. Whenever I press
"dump heap" on the memory tab, the summary page is displayed instead
of the heap information.

Also, I've got three times three exceptions like this on the console:

{http--8080-2} java.lang.IllegalStateException: DESTROYED is an
illegal accept state
{http--8080-2}   at
{http--8080-2}   at
{http--8080-2}   at
{http--8080-2}   at
{http--8080-2}   at com.caucho.util.ThreadPool$Item.run(ThreadPool.java:643)
{http--8080-2}   at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619)

Any idea why this is reported? I've added <stat-service/> in resin.xml
in order to get the graphs, but that's all.
Because these three exceptions occur 'together', maybe it's related to
the three graphs on the summary page?


2008/7/21 Scott Ferguson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> We probably have a little over a week before the release.  The
> regressions are going fairly well, but aren't completely clean yet.
> The snapshot has some interesting things that you might want to check
> out:
> * mail logging handler.  The mail handler will send emails containing
> any warning or severe messages in the log files (with a delay/batch to
> keep the mails sane.)  This handler is a good way to keep notified of
> anything unusual happening on the server.  See 
> http://caucho.com/resin/doc/config-log.xtp
> * /resin-admin updates and cleanup.  We've reorganized /resin-admin to
> group the most important information on the main page, and also added
> a basic graphing capability.
> * BamClient and bam-service.  These are two easier interfaces for
> creating clients and servers for BAM messaging. 
> http://caucho.com/resin/doc/hmtp.xtp
> .
> * JSF debugging.  We've started on a debugging aid for JSF
> development, showing some internal information of the JSF state.
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