On 05/24/2011 01:50 PM, Jeff Schnitzer wrote:
> On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 8:11 AM, Paul Cowan<co...@caucho.com>  wrote:
>> Hi Jeff,
>> We fixed a few bugs related to deployment in 4.0.17 and 4.0.18, perhaps the
>> behavior you're expecting has changed.
>> I tested by simply overwriting ROOT.war with a different ROOT.war and didn't
>> have any issues.
>> Resin will recreate the old app from resin-data directory, if you delete the
>> war and directory, since it needs a ROOT webapp.  So that behavior is
>> expected.
>> Some things to check are permissions (<server-default>  <user-name>  Resin is
>> running as),<resin:DeployService/>  exists, webapp version is enabled
>> (<host-default>  <web-app-deploy path="webapps" versioning="true"/>).
>> -Paul
> I don't know what to say... I'm running vanilla Resin 4.0.18
> (non-pro), right out of the zipfile.  I get the same behavior on both
> linux (started using the init.d script, running as root) and Mac
> (bin/resin.sh console, running as myself).
> The only changes I've made to resin.xml are tweaks to my logging
> configuration and disabling the resin-doc webapp.
> <resin:DeployService>  and<web-app-deploy>  are stock.  I've tried
> commenting out the<web-app id="/" root-directory="webapps/ROOT"/>  but
> it doesn't seem to make a difference one way or another.
> It almost seems like Resin just doesn't notice my ROOT.war, but there
> are no error messages and there's nothing wrong with the permissions.
> The file unjars just fine with the command line jar utility.

Also, what does the /resin-admin webapps tab say?

For example, if you've deployed a .war using the command-line "deploy", 
that overrides the webapps/ directory.

-- Scott

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