connection timeout reached JK IsapiRedirect.dll

2005-10-12 Thread Reynir Hubner
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Hi,
I'm using tomcat 4.1.x and Coyote JK connector, with IIS 5. I just
updated to isapi_redirect-1.2.14.dll.

I did that because I've been getting alot of those error messages into
the log(stderr.log):

- - 12.10.2005 09:50:53 org.apache.jk.common.ChannelSocket processConnection
- - INFO: connection timeout reached

Can anyone explaine these (still coming after the update). this is the
config for the connector :

Connector className=org.apache.coyote.tomcat4.CoyoteConnector
   port=8009 minProcessors=5 maxProcessors=275
   enableLookups=false redirectPort=8443
   acceptCount=100 debug=0 connectionTimeout=1
   useURIValidationHack=false
   tomcatAuthentication=true
  
protocolHandlerClassName=org.apache.jk.server.JkCoyoteHandler/

thanx,
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Re: connection timeout reached JK IsapiRedirect.dll

2005-10-12 Thread Reynir Hubner
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ah sorry, I mean IIS 6 (the newest one).
- -reynir


Reynir Hubner wrote:

 Hi, I'm using tomcat 4.1.x and Coyote JK connector, with IIS 5. I
 just updated to isapi_redirect-1.2.14.dll.

 I did that because I've been getting alot of those error messages
 into the log(stderr.log):

 - 12.10.2005 09:50:53 org.apache.jk.common.ChannelSocket
 processConnection - INFO: connection timeout reached

 Can anyone explaine these (still coming after the update). this is
 the config for the connector :

 Connector className=org.apache.coyote.tomcat4.CoyoteConnector
 port=8009 minProcessors=5 maxProcessors=275
 enableLookups=false redirectPort=8443 acceptCount=100
 debug=0 connectionTimeout=1 useURIValidationHack=false
 tomcatAuthentication=true

 protocolHandlerClassName=org.apache.jk.server.JkCoyoteHandler/

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httpConnector secure=true problem (second attempt)

2005-10-04 Thread Reynir Hubner
Hi,

I'm trying to have one connector on tomcat 5.0.x open with secure=true
with
out it being SSL or https. I just want request.isSecure() return true.
This is the setup for the connector :

  Connector port=9020

   maxThreads=150 minSpareThreads=25 maxSpareThreads=75

   enableLookups=false redirectPort=8443 acceptCount=100

   debug=99 connectionTimeout=2

   disableUploadTimeout=true secure=true scheme=http  /

The port is opened with out errors, but does never return anything, and
I see no errors in my log.
Am I missing out on something or is this a bug ?, It works fine with
tomcat 4.1.x.

Any suggestions ?
thanx
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ps. thanx for the info Mark.


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http connector secure=true

2005-10-03 Thread Reynir Hubner
Hi,

I'm trying to have one connector on tomcat open with secure=true with
out it being SSL or https. I just want request.isSecure() return true.
This is the setup for the connector :

  Connector port=9020

   maxThreads=150 minSpareThreads=25 maxSpareThreads=75

   enableLookups=false redirectPort=8443 acceptCount=100

   debug=99 connectionTimeout=2

   disableUploadTimeout=true secure=true scheme=http  /

The port is opened with out errors, but does never return anything, and
I see no errors in my log.
Am I missing out on something or is this a bug ?, It works fine with
tomcat 4.1.x.

Any suggestions ?
thanx
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RE: file upload using POST

2002-06-06 Thread Reynir Hubner

hi, 

Tomcat does not have any standard facility for fileuploads (at least not last time I 
looked).

You need a multipart request parser. As you mentioned O'reilly provides something 
called MultiPartRequest or something like that.
You should be able to download it from their site.

I dont know if it is the best but it's free and it seems many people like using 
it. 
There are serveral others though, for my self, I thought the license to use oreilly's 
classes was not what I wanted so I implemented my own requestparser, that's not so 
complicated anyways.

hope it helps
-reynir


 -Original Message-
 From: Ushakov, Sergey N [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: 6. juni 2002 18:26
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 Subject: file upload using POST
 
 
 Sorry, I'm sure my question is a FAQ, but I still can't find 
 an answer.
 
 Does Jakarta/Tomcat have a standard facility for file upload 
 processing
 using POST?
 
 I have searched the Tomcat 4 docs, but did not find any trace.
 
 JGuru mentions the org.apache.tomcat.request.ParseMime class, 
 but it seems
 to be absent from present Tomcat release. And from CVS tree also.
 
 Seems that most people use Jason Hunter's MultipartRequest . 
 Is it the best
 choice for Tomcat?
 
 Regards,
 Sergey Ushakov
 
 
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RE: I assume general question about Connectin Pooling. Please help if you know answer.

2002-04-09 Thread Reynir Hubner

use a connection pool.
try http://www.bitmechanic.com/projects/jdbcpool/
hope it helps
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To: Tomcat Apache
Subject: I assume general question about Connectin Pooling. Please help
if you know answer.


Hi All.

Basic situation.
I have Tomcat + mySQL
And I need to cache my Database connections, to avoid establishing
connection each time.

Please help.

Sincerely yours, Ivan Latysh.
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TC 4 - URLRewrite

2002-03-20 Thread Reynir Hubner

Hi, 

I'm looking for the best way of writing a URLRewrite for tomcat that
works similar to mod_rewrite in apache. 
Does anyone have an opinion on this matter, should I write a filter or
extend some of the Tomcat base servlets such as DefaultServlet or
InvokerServlet, or even write some kind of an addition onto coyote.

I think filter is the correct way to do it.. what's your opinion ?

thanx... 
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RE: TC 4 - URLRewrite :: repost

2002-03-20 Thread Reynir Hubner

hey guys, I got no replies.. so this is a repost of the same message
from early this morning.. (hope someone will notice it this time.. ).


 Hi, 
 
 I'm looking for the best way of writing a URLRewrite for tomcat that
 works similar to mod_rewrite in apache. 
 Does anyone have an opinion on this matter, should I write a filter or
 extend some of the Tomcat base servlets such as DefaultServlet or
 InvokerServlet, or even write some kind of an addition onto coyote.
 
 I think filter is the correct way to do it.. what's your opinion ?
 
 thanx... 
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RE: Who uses connection pool?

2002-03-05 Thread Reynir Hubner

yeah you can use that one, it is good, and you have docs on it in the
jakarta website.

Bitmechanics pool is not only for GSP. I've never used GSP, but I have
used the JDBC-pool alot. 
it's good for most drivers, I've only had problems using it with DB2
drivers.

hope it helps, 
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 From: Lev Assinovsky [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: 5. mars 2002 09:37
 To: Tomcat Users List
 Subject: Re: Who uses connection pool?
 
 
 I already looked in there.
 I was confused that their pool is for GSP.
 Tomcat uses Tyrex by default. How about that?
 
 Reynir H?bner wrote:
 
  sure
  check out bitmechanic.com, thats a fine place to start.
 
  -hope it helps
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   To: 'Tomcat Users List'
   Subject: Who uses connection pool?
  
  
   Hi!
   Could you tell me please,
   does anybody successfully use database connection pool?
  
  
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RE: DB Connection Pool

2002-03-05 Thread Reynir Hubner

Hi, 

Using connection pools with tomcat or any other J2EE app server or even
with most Java programs is really simple.
many are free, for example :
- www.bitmechanic.com offer JDBC connection pool for free, you only need
to write a startup servlet that suits your style.
- CodeStudio offers poolman for free, available from sourceforge.com
- tyrex jdbc connection pool mechanism comes with Tomcat as explained :

http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-4.0-doc/jndi-resources-howto.htm
l
Many of the comercial JDBC 2.0 drivers also offer connection pooling,
sometimes more optimized than the generic solutions (above). 

I guess because Tyrex-connection pooling is provided with tomcat your
post was probably not off topic. The problem IS simple, solve it and you
become one of the Tomcat/JDBC gurus.

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 -Original Message-
 From: Lev Assinovsky [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: 5. mars 2002 20:46
 To: Tomcat Users List
 Subject: Re: DB Connection Pool
 
 
 No, Emir!
 Sorry, I don't agree with you.
 1. My post is not off topic
 2. I spent few weeks working on the problem before my first 
 post was done.
 3. We discovered that the problem isn't that simple.
 4. The famous book Professional JSP doesn't recommend to 
 use any custom
pooling classes, as Jim advises.
 5. We still didn't hear Tomcat/JDBC guru
 
 Sincerely,
 
 
 Emir Alikadic wrote:
 
  On 03/05/2002 02:59 PM, Lev Assinovsky wrote:
 
   Why? Jim, are you the owner of this mailing list?
 
  Actually, Lev, Jim is right: it's an established etiquette of public
  mailing lists to first search for an answer in the existing
  documentation before posting a question on the list.  One 
 of the venues
  of information is the list archive - never aske a question that was
  sufficiently discussed previously.
 
  Eric Raymond wrote a very nice document on asking questions 
 on mailing
  lists and USENET, and it's available at
  http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html (pay particular
  attention to Before you ask section).  This document is actually
  linked from the mailing list subscription page on
  http://jakarta.apache.org/site/mail.html, which you were supposed to
  have read before you joined this list.  You did read the 
 instructions
  through, right?
 
  Remember: this is a public mailing list for an Open Source 
 Software - we
  are all stakeholders, not just the list operators.
 
   Jim Urban wrote:
  
   If anyone is currently using a third-part pool that 
 they are well
   pleased with, I would greatly appreciate that information too.
  
   We just finished this discussion. Please check the archive.
  
 
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RE: Tomcat4 Ajp12

2002-01-22 Thread Reynir Hubner

I think only ajp1.3
it does not work with ajp 1.2

-hope it helps
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Subject: Tomcat4 Ajp12


Hi i would like to know if
tomcat4 works ok with ajp12
or it needs only ajp13


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