The only ways I know of to start and stop individual webapp contexts is
to (1) start and stop them from the manager, or (2) start and stop
Is there a way, from the back end, to start and stop individual contexts?
James H. H. Lampert
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On 3/11/16 4:10 AM, Mark Thomas wrote:
> On 11/03/2016 01:43, Christopher Schultz wrote:
>> On 3/10/16 8:07 PM, 林慶龍 Barry Lin wrote:
>>> These days, Everyone talks about the vulnerability in Tomcat,
>>> and we found that we had the
Any help on my previous question is really appreciated.
On Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 4:05 PM, Harish Krishnan
> Thanks again for the reply, Chris & Violeta!
> Thanks for clarifying what the "protected directory" is, even i guessed it
> to be same. Now i
We are working in different time zone. & We will try the thread dump
meantime...Would you like to share any check points in thread dump or share
some troubleshooting steps/tools to identify the issue.
The visualgc plugin in jvisualvm is not supported for the jvm 1.6.
Oh ... well ... how smart is that, works like a dream, nice one
On 14 March 2016 at 10:34, Terence M. Bandoian wrote:
> On 3/13/2016 10:23 AM, Lyallex wrote:
>> CentOS 5.2
>> no httpd, tomcat only, one webapp ROOT.war
On 14/03/2016 14:41, Mahudeswaran A wrote:
> We are facing unusual issue in Tomcat 6.x, where Tomcat 6.x becomes non
> responsive state after two week's time.
> This happens randomly;
> The jvisualvm screen shows CPU, memory, thread are normal and we don't see
> memory leak, thread leak
We are facing unusual issue in Tomcat 6.x, where Tomcat 6.x becomes non
responsive state after two week's time.
This happens randomly;
The jvisualvm screen shows CPU, memory, thread are normal and we don't see
memory leak, thread leak or CPU hike.
JVM running is 32 bit;
In our lab, we are
A couple of things :
1) Martin is right, in the sense that if a "worker" is mentioned in the loadbalancer
configuration ("balance_workers"), then normally you should /not/ also list it in the list
of individual "workers" in the "worker.list" directive.
2) I am not even sure that you
there are two things different from *my* working "mod_jk/1.2.41" setup:
a) I have only the "JkMount /xxx/* xxx" line in my configuration
b) in the workers list I have only the loadbalancer and the management
workers listed, not the individual ones. Not sure how relevant this is
On 3/13/2016 10:23 AM, Lyallex wrote:
no httpd, tomcat only, one webapp ROOT.war
According to the documentation at
An xml sitemap should appear in the context root, if it dosn't it can
only contain a
Welcome to the internet. I guess that you'll also find a lot of requests
for /phpmyadmin/*, /wordpress/* and a bunch of other software that you
didn't install. There's background chatter on the internet, constantly
scanning for known vulnerabilities (or just creating an index of
Thanks for your response!
We didn't use Virtual Host in our setting. I re-read the documentation and
didn't find anything wrong with the setting, also this setting worked before.
Do you have several minutes to check the setting in our server for mod_jk?
Appreciate for your time.
From: Mark Thomas
To: Tomcat Users List
Date: 03/11/2016 02:43 PM
Subject:Re: Error 404 for autodiscover.xml
On 11/03/2016 08:26, Subhro Paul wrote:
> Hi All,
> Our client has a simple website consists of some jsps, images, css,
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