Thanks again, to make things clear. When I meant default, what is the default
min and max that is given to an application if there nothing defined in the JVM
In my case, the Tomcat is running on windows and I don't have setenv.bat or
sentenv.sh or even catalina.bat and catalina.conf does not
On 2/21/16 12:23 PM, Gokul.Baskaran wrote:
> Question was for Java 7
Answer was for Java 7
> It is a Tomcat / Application question as well, as memory default can
> be configured in the application config.
Not true: JVM memory is shared amongst all the "applications" you deploy
On 2/21/16 11:02 AM, Utkarsh Dave wrote:
> Thanks Chris for the response.
> Yes, I meant SSLv2Hello. I understand the vulnerabilities in SSL. Though
> some of the client need that flexibility in older versions, so was digging
> the reason it was working in prior version of Tomcat.
grep mx bin/* found only settings in setenv.sh in my installation - this
lets me state that there are no defaults: setenv.sh is not contained in
the distribution but will be read in case it's found in the file system.
Thus there's no tomcat default that I'm aware of. Anybody who
Tomcat version: 7.0.47
I have a web application which uses Apache Spark. My web application act as
a Apache spark driver program.
When remote standalone spark cluster is not available then Spark context is
shutting down with log org.apache.spark.util.Utils - Shutdown hook called
Question was for Java 7
It is a Tomcat / Application question as well, as memory default can be
configured in the application config.
I totally agree that the best practice is to set the Xms and -Xmx. As am going
to change the config, I would curious to know if the tomcat ui or the catalina
On 20/02/2016 22:40, Me Self wrote:
> Hi All
> When I put the context in server.xml it works fine, but if I put the same
> context tag in a xml file under /conf/Catalina/localhost/test.xml then
> tomcat doesn't pick it up. I would rather want to use the latter.
You need to set
On 2/20/2016 4:28 PM, Me Self wrote:
I already tried an empty Context tag and no Context tag, makes no
difference. Catalina.out has not error. I tried setting logging level FINE
to see if there were anything related to how it scans
conf/Catalina/localhost/ but nothing.
Have you carefully
Thanks Chris for the response.
Yes, I meant SSLv2Hello. I understand the vulnerabilities in SSL. Though
some of the client need that flexibility in older versions, so was digging
the reason it was working in prior version of Tomcat.
Can you help me in identifying any change in Tomcat due to which
On 20.02.2016 18:44, George Sexton wrote:
On 2/20/2016 10:09 AM, Qadeer Khan wrote:
And I have no idea what questions I have to answer here! other than application
are being created by users and session field is remaining as zero.
Seriously, you should try responding to Mark's
On 20.02.2016 23:40, Me Self wrote:
When I put the context in server.xml it works fine, but if I put the same
context tag in a xml file under /conf/Catalina/localhost/test.xml then
tomcat doesn't pick it up. I would rather want to use the latter.
The test.xml is
Its a set up where
This is rather a Java than a tomcat question:
The JVM allocates memory based on whatever default your current JVM
version decides (you don't mention what version of Java you're on)
>From a text on
that's linked from my
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