On 11/22/2011 02:57 AM, Stargazer wrote:
> On 22-Nov-2011 09:43, Aaron Freeman wrote:
>>>> I hope so. Since it's new, this is a great time for feedback
>>> For the first time, Resin 4.0.24 doesn't work out of the box when added to
>>> Eclipse as a new server.
>>> I go through this process pain free for each new release, but now
>>> immediately see the message "'default' is an unknown server in the
>>> configuration file" and the server doesn't start.
>>>
>>> To recreate, use Servers | New | Server | Resin 4.0 | (Create runtime
>>> specifying the new Resin home) | Next | Finish (add apps as necessary) |
>> try
>>> to start the server.
>>> In fact the 4.0.23 server is still present which I'm sticking with for
>> now.
>>
>> I had a similar issue with 4.0.23 (though it was my fault), and by switching
>> out:
>>
>>         -conf "${resin.configuration.file}"
>>
>> with:
>>
>>         -conf "/path/to/resin.xml"
>>
>> it went away.  I have always set that explicitly though and have never tried
>> to figure out how ${resin.configuration.file} gets set.
>>
>> Not sure that helps much, but thought I would throw it out there as
>> something to try.
> Thanks. Still not right - the path was fully qualified anyway - but on a
> hunch I copied the 4 files from the 4.0.23-config (admin-users.xml,
> app-default.xml, resin.xml and health.xml) over the new ones and resin
> started. Theres something wrong in the newly generated config files
> themselves. I notice health.xml doesn't appear in the new set.

You can also just add a <server id="" .../> to the resin.xml. This is an 
issue we're working on.

The health.xml has been moved to local.d in the distribution.

-- Scott

>> Aaron
>>
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