Re: contextDestroyed() method not called

2016-03-19 Thread Daniel Savard
Hi Chuck, I'm running it on Window 2012 Server as well as Linux RHEL. And no, I am not sending a terminate signal with kill -9. That's why I said I am stopping the application or the instance (both cases depict the same behavior) rather than saying I am terminating it. Regards,

RE: contextDestroyed() method not called

2016-03-19 Thread Caldarale, Charles R
> From: Daniel Savard [mailto:daniel.sav...@gmail.com] > Subject: Re: contextDestroyed() method not called Read the mailing list rules: don't top post. http://tomcat.apache.org/lists.html#tomcat-users > I'm running it on Window 2012 Server as well as Linux RHEL. Ok, good to know. &g

RE: contextDestroyed() method not called

2016-03-19 Thread Caldarale, Charles R
> From: Daniel Savard [mailto:daniel.sav...@gmail.com] > Subject: contextDestroyed() method not called > I noticed a problem with one of my web applications which requires > some cleanup when shutdown. It seems this cleanup isn't happening even > if everything has been put in the

Re: contextDestroyed() method not called

2016-03-19 Thread Daniel Savard
: >> From: Daniel Savard [mailto:daniel.sav...@gmail.com] >> Subject: Re: contextDestroyed() method not called > > Read the mailing list rules: don't top post. > http://tomcat.apache.org/lists.html#tomcat-users > >> I'm running it on Window 2012 Server as well as Linux RHEL.

Re: contextDestroyed() method not called

2016-03-18 Thread Daniel Savard
-- > Daniel Savard > > > 2016-03-17 8:47 GMT-04:00 Caldarale, Charles R <chuck.caldar...@unisys.com>: >>> From: Daniel Savard [mailto:daniel.sav...@gmail.com] >>> Subject: Re: contextDestroyed() method not called >> >> Read the mailing list rules: d