On Nov 11, 2012, at 8:31 AM, Rick Mann wrote:
> Well, even installing 4.0.32 I had very similar behavior; my webapp is just
> Then I noticed something. I access it via an alias. It's configured like this:
> <host regexp="kepler.lz.com[\.]?" root-directory="/lz/var/www/">
> Resin doesn't try to start it up if I hit "missiondb.lz.com" first. But if I
> hit "kepler.lz.com," then it inits. I wonder if the same thing was happening
> in 4.0.19. I just don't know why I've only now started seeing this.
Thanks, I have verified this is a bug and entered a report:
Please try modifying the entry as I included below, it should work around the
issue. Let me know if otherwise.
<host id="missiondb.lz.com" root-directory="/lz/var/www/">
> On Nov 11, 2012, at 4:23 , Rick Mann <rm...@lz.com> wrote:
>> Wow, it must be dump-on-Rick day. Not only is my local resin (4.0.30)
>> startup suddenly bonkers, so is one of my long-standing servers (4.0.19). I
>> made some minor changes to the webapp, uploaded the changed files, saw it
>> restart, everything was fine.
>> Then I stopped and re-started resin, like I always do on that machine,
>> basically running this:
>> java -jar $RESIN_HOME/lib/resin.jar -verbose -root-directory /path/to/dir
>> -conf /path/to/resin.xml start|stop
>> Now, it complains about the native libraries missing and JNI being a resin
>> pro feature (this is just resin open source), which is fine, but it finishes
>> startup in no time at all, and near as I can tell, never starts my webapp.
>> Like it's not even there. No error messages in the logs, nothing.
>> Since it's 4:30 am and no one can respond to this, I don't know what else to
>> do but install the newest resin and rebuild my server from scratch.
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