David? Are you still needing help with this? Your answers to what I ask may
help us get you to a solution.
From: charlie arehart
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 01:14 PM
To: 'Tomcat Users List'
Subject: RE: 21 second pause that randomly happens
Going back to David's original note, you wrote, " We have a customer who is
experiencing a random, 21 second pause when using out Tomcat based application
server. We believe this may be during a TCP connect and timeout. Logging
indicates the pause happens before the request makes it to our back
> -Original Message-
> From: Igal @ Lucee.org
> Sent: Monday, June 11, 2018 04:55 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: IIS authentication applies to static but not dynamic requests
> (servlets, JSPs). Any way to control that?
> Are you sure that the static
Folks, I have found that if Windows authentication (NTLM) is enabled for a site
(or folder) in IIS, such authentication does apply (and is honored) for static
files (html, images) but NOT dynamic ones (servlets, JSPs). Is that intended?
To be clear, this is the latest Tomcat 8 (8.5.31) and the
Can you clarify why you would not want to use the AJP connector in your case?
I'm just asking this simpler question, since no one offered any answer when you
asked essentially the same question last week.
More important, have you confirmed whether things WOULD work as expected if you
Also, Baron, about the URL you're testing on your site via by SSLLabs: is that
really one being served by Tomcat's web server? That's whose connector you're
If instead you are fronting/proxying Tomcat with Apache or IIS, then my
understanding is that the SSL support is handled
> From: André Warnier (tomcat) <a...@ice-sa.com>
> Subject: Re: On Tomcat 8.5.16, RemoteHostFilter throwing ServletException the
> property [allow] is not defined
> On 29.03.2018 23:36, charlie arehart wrote:
> > (And as I said in another thread, I don't propose t
> From: Felix Schumacher
> All changes to sources are send to the dev list, so I didn't feel the need to
> announce it independently. But as a
> small defence on my side, in my last mail to you on the user-owners, I wrote
> From: Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
> On 3/29/18 6:07 PM, Mark Thomas wrote:
> > On 29/03/18 21:38, charlie arehart wrote:
>>> Thanks. I'm guessing someone fixed it before you looked, as I see now
> -Original Message-
> From: André Warnier (tomcat)
> Sorry for top-posting, but maybe a real dev would want to have a look at this.
> If you scroll below to the original post, it seems that putting an invalid
> value (a bad
> regex) in the param-value of the
Thanks. I'm guessing someone fixed it before you looked, as I see now that it
is fixed as well. (And same for the 7 doc.)
Now, if you may be tempted to say that you don’t think anyone had changed it
recently, I would just offer here a screenshot of the 8 doc page, from the
browser where I
>From: André Warnier (tomcat)
>I think that you are right, there is something not quite right, right now,
>with the comment section (apparently on all pages).
>As I recall, it used to be that there was an editable section at the bottom of
>each page, where one could
>From: Christopher Schultz
>Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2018 10:59 AM
> > Until that’s resolved, is this or another TC list a good place to
> > report such a broken link, or other doc suggestion? Thanks.
> Here is perfect.
> Which link is broken?
Anyone have a suggestion of where better to ask this, if not here?
From: charlie arehart <charlie_li...@carehart.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 05:05 PM
To: 'Tomcat Users List' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: How to offer a lin
Greetings. I’m a new list member, though a fairly long-time Tomcat user.
I found a broken link in the Tomcat User Guide (8 and 7), on its left nav bar.
How would I best go about reporting such a broken link in the Tomcat docs?
To be clear, while there is a comments section at the bottom of
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