On Jun 1, 2009, at 9:48 PM, Mattias Jiderhamn wrote:
> Sitting here trying to upgrade the dev environment to Resin 4.0 with
> minimal changes to configuration and startup scripts.
> On Windows I'm up and running after a strange problem with a simple
> solution (deleting a default directory so that Resin would accept the
> explicit document-directory).
> On Linux however I'm still struggling. I think the heart of the
> is that Resin for some reason does not accept me trying to point out
> old resin.conf file.
> [2009/06/02 06:33:08.066] resin.home = /u/resin/resin/
> [2009/06/02 06:33:08.066] resin.root = /u/dna/exder.server.root
> [2009/06/02 06:33:08.066] resin.conf = null
> The arguments when starting Resin are
> -conf /u/dna/exder.server.root/conf/resin.conf -server-root
> and I also tried
> -conf /u/dna/exder.server.root/conf/resin.conf -root-directory
> Would anyone care to spare my time by telling me what I'm doing wrong
That's odd. What does the -verbose show as the command line passed to
the Resin instance? Also, do you see the same with "start" as with
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