Windows: Tomcat grabs 100% CPU after upgrading to 7.0.96

2019-08-13 Thread Childers, Paula
Windows Server 2008r2, Oracle Java 1.7.0_231 We are running multiple (6) Tomcats (each as a service) on this server. Recently installed 7.0.96 for all six, as an upgrade from 7.0.94. We are seeing at least one of the Tomcats will attempt to grab as much CPU as possible, until the system

Re: Windows: Tomcat grabs 100% CPU after upgrading to 7.0.96

2019-08-13 Thread Suvendu Sekhar Mondal
On Tue, Aug 13, 2019, 11:24 PM Christopher Schultz < ch...@christopherschultz.net> wrote: > -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- > Hash: SHA256 > > Paula, > > On 8/13/19 13:11, Childers, Paula wrote: > > Windows Server 2008r2, Oracle Java 1.7.0_231 > > Thanks for that. > > > We are running

HTTP/2 DoS issues announced today - Impact for Apache Tomcat

2019-08-13 Thread Mark Thomas
Today Netflix has published a report highlighting various potential DoS attacks against HTTP/2 implementations [1]. No immediate action is required for Tomcat users since none of the described attacks result in a DoS with Apache Tomcat. The Tomcat Security Team has reviewed the impact on Tomcat

Re: Windows: Tomcat grabs 100% CPU after upgrading to 7.0.96

2019-08-13 Thread Christopher Schultz
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 Paula, On 8/13/19 13:11, Childers, Paula wrote: > Windows Server 2008r2, Oracle Java 1.7.0_231 Thanks for that. > We are running multiple (6) Tomcats (each as a service) on this > server. Recently installed 7.0.96 for all six, as an upgrade

Re: How to find war file name programmatically?

2019-08-13 Thread Christopher Schultz
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 Mark, On 8/13/19 04:43, Mark Thomas wrote: > On 12/08/2019 23:18, W wrote: >> Hi, I would like to find the war file name (for example, >> ROOT##2019-08-12-10-44.war) inside >> ServletContextListener.contextInitialized() and >>

Re: How to find war file name programmatically?

2019-08-13 Thread Mark Thomas
On 12/08/2019 23:18, W wrote: > Hi, > I would like to find the war file name (for example,  > ROOT##2019-08-12-10-44.war) inside   > ServletContextListener.contextInitialized() and  > ServletContextListener.contextDestroyed(). So I can send email to admins warn > them which app is up and down.  >