Shawn, thank you for you hint regarding the license. I will keep an eye on

And thanks for testing.

The mentioned jvm.dll IS in the location where the log tells.
And Tomcat service runs as "local system account". I did not change
anything to the default values in the installer.

Very strange...


Am Di., 27. Nov. 2018 um 16:10 Uhr schrieb Shawn Heisey <

> On 11/27/2018 3:08 AM, Andi Meister wrote:
> > What I did now:
> > - removed Tomcat services by service.bat
> > - uninstalled all Tomcats (7 and 9)
> > - uninstalled all Java (was only Version 11)
> > - server reboot
> > - Installed Java 11 (File: jdk-11.0.1_windows-x64_bin.exe)
> That filename tells me you're installing the JDK from Oracle.
> I have a side note for you:  The license for Java from Oracle has
> changed dramatically in version 11 compared to previous versions.
> If your use of Oracle Java will be for commercial or production, you
> have to pay Oracle a license fee for that machine.  The only way you can
> use their Java for free is if you're developing your application.  Once
> you deploy it to production running with Oracle Java 11, they expect
> payment.
> You might think I'm trying to pull a fast one here.  I'm not.  Right
> there in the license mentioned on the Java download page, under the
> "Further, You may not" section, is this bullet point: "use the Programs
> for any data processing or any commercial, production, or internal
> business purposes other than developing, testing, prototyping, and
> demonstrating your Application;"
> So if you want to use Java 11 for production, get OpenJDK.It is still free.
> > [2018-11-27 10:56:50] [error] [ 3060] Failed creating Java C:\Program
> > Files\Java\jdk-11.0.1\bin\server\jvm.dll
> I downloaded Java 11 from Oracle's website, same executable filename you
> mentioned, and installed it.  The exact DLL path mentioned in this log
> entry is there.  If that DLL is there when you open the mentioned
> directory ... this problem makes me wonder if maybe the Tomcat service
> is running as a user that does not have permission to access that
> directory location, so it cannot find the parts of Java that it needs.
> Thanks,
> Shawn
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