On 23 Mar 2012, at 21:59, David Kerber dcker...@verizon.net wrote: On 3/23/2012 6:51 PM, Terence M. Bandoian wrote: On 1:59 PM, David kerber wrote: On 3/23/2012 11:19 AM, Caldarale, Charles R wrote: From: David kerber [mailto:dcker...@verizon.net] Subject: jdbc driver location in TC 7
Thanks for the advice. Upgraded the lowest Tomcat installation and replication is now working perfectly. - To unsubscribe, e-mail: users-unsubscr...@tomcat.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail:
Andre and all - problem fixed. Since the only thing that REALLY changed was Fedora 14 - Fedora 16, I should have guessed it was not in httpd or tomcat. The problem was fedora's over fastidious security policies. It was fedora that was stopping the shared memory writes and fedora that was
PS - the answer to my original question about which linux ports had to be enabled is: 80 (if you want another machine to get at the port) - the other four ports are internal and do not need firewall access (8005, 8009, 8080, 8443) over and out on this one.
Hi Daniel Thanks so much for replying. So you mentioned that I ought to import the existing PKCS12 (remedy.optinet.net_cert.pfx) keystore into a Java Keystore (remedy.optinet.net_cert.jks) using the following command: keytool -importkeystore -srckeystore remedy.optinet.net_cert.pfx
On 1:59 PM, Pid * wrote: On 23 Mar 2012, at 21:59, David Kerberdcker...@verizon.net wrote: On 3/23/2012 6:51 PM, Terence M. Bandoian wrote: On 1:59 PM, David kerber wrote: On 3/23/2012 11:19 AM, Caldarale, Charles R wrote: From: David kerber [mailto:dcker...@verizon.net] Subject: jdbc
I am trying to configure javax.mail for our application running under Servlet Engine: 2.5 JSP Engine: 2.1 Application Server: Apache Tomcat/6.0.24 But emailing never works. The smtp server is up and running on the server. We can send email via the command line from localhost. Please
Hello all I been working with getting JMX working with SSL with client side authentication working on tomcat. All is working well in this regard. However, I noticed that if I do a ps -ef | grep jsvc on the Cent OS linux server. I get the below output ( yes the password has been changed ).