I have a question regarding an error I'm seeing more every day in my
11/10/2005 12:08:34 PM org.apache.tomcat.util.net.TcpWorkerThread runIt
GRAVE: Remote Host /10.49.156.64 SocketException: Invalid argument
It happens with diverse IP addresses, both inside our
Im running Tomcat 4.01, 4.03, 4.131, 5.5.4 and 5.5.9 on Solaris 8/9 and
also in AIX 4.3 with no problems at all.
The OS takes care of passing the processing to a particular CPU.
Andrew Miehs wrote:
Asha Nallana wrote:
We are using Tomcat4.1.18, JDK1.4.2,
Or just try:
tar xvf filename.tar
without the -
Ron Price wrote:
Try running this command:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] local]# md5sum jakarta-tomcat-5.5.9.tar.gz
|---you should get this big string here, if it doesn't match then
If you are using a security certificate it willl certainly complain if
the IP or hostname of the server is changed.
this is a good idea, and I try these multiples, I get two IP, like this :
IPA:80 = IPServer:80 (IIS server)
IPB:80 = IPServer:8443(Tomcat
gzip -d jakarta-tomcat-5.5.9.tar.gz | tar -xf
Just guessing but worth a shot
Markus Schönhaber wrote:
Am Mittwoch, 3. August 2005 17:39 schrieb Tom Spence:
Hello I am rookie...
I plan to download the source but it can't open by using tar command while
I am using AIX 5.2. Should I
I see lots of posts saying that they are using or implementing jk2? For
what I understand, that has been replaced by mod_jk... so which one is
better or what is recommended??
I also have found better documentation related to jk2 so that adds to
I have that same problem since 2 weeks or so.
I did see your post about WARs not being unpacked though =)
Spammed TooMuch wrote:
I've been having the same problem since Friday. But, I
did get your post. So it appears to be going out to
the list, it is just also giving
Sounds like something that can be done with frames or iframes
Rob Hunt wrote:
Yes, I know you can make many mappings to a given servlet/jsp, but that's not
what I'm asking for.
When an HTTP client requests /playoffs/gameScores.htm, I'm hoping there's some
I'm using Apache 2.043 + mod_jk 1.2.6 + Tomcat 4.03 (x2) + JDK 1.4.0 on
As load increases one of the tomcat instances takes up about 35% of CPU
while the apache process takes another 30%. Tomcat Standalone didnt
present this problem and it stayed always at 5%
Actually that sounds right. You can't display WML data in a standard
browser and that's why you get the download dialog.
To see that type of content you can test using a WAP browser like winwap
(not free but you get a trial) or an online WAP emulator such as
It may not be the best solution because you may have a special
attachment to Java 1.4 but since you are running Solaris you can install
JDK 1.5 anywhere (even /export/home) without it colliding with the
overall SO Java installation.
So why not use JDK 1.5, set your JAVA_HOME to your new Java
Hello Everyone, first post to the list =)
I have a test setup with Solaris 9, Apache 2.043, mod_jk and two tomcats
(4.131 JDK 1.5.0)
To have the Tomcats handling the applications, first I used the
following lines but the problem was that my jsp's where taken by tomcat
but my images, css
Same setup: Solaris 9, Apache 2.043, mod_jk and two tomcats (4.131 JDK
Any of you guys know if there's a way to access the tomcat manager
application or something similar when using mod_jk??
Right now the only way I have found is to leave tomcat accepting
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