> 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 contextDestroyed() method of my web
> listener.

> I find it difficult to believe this is a bug in Tomcat, so, I guess I
> am doing something wrong. Someone can provide some guidance to
> identify the cause of such undesirable behavior?

Missing a couple useful bits of information:

1) What OS are you running on?

2) More importantly, how are you shutting down Tomcat?  (Using kill -9 would 
not be a good choice...)

 - Chuck

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