On Tuesday, August 27, 2019 7:41 PM Juan Ramirez wrote:
>I'm currently having an issue with starting Tomcat 9.0.24 32-bit version as a 
>service. After installing Tomcat9 using the windows service installer, I try 
>to run Tomcat9 and get the windows service error:
>"Windows could not start Tomcat9 service on Local Computer. Error 1067: The 
>process terminated unexpectedly." I tried looking in the logs to see what 
>could have caused the error, but no errors are logged. The only thing I could 
>find in the logs is in the commons daemon log file:
>[10860] Apache Commons Daemon procrun ( 32-bit) started.
>[10860] Debugging 'tomcat9' service...
>[10860] Starting service...
>I also tried running Tomcat9 through the executable (tomcat9.exe) and get the 
>error: "Apache Commons Daemon Service Runner has stopped working." I have also 
>tried manually installing Tomcat9 through the 32-bit Windows zip and keep 
>having the same errors as installing it through the installer. When I tried 
>using the 64-bit version of Tomcat 9.0.24, it seems to work fine and I'm able 
>to launch it as a service, which leads me to belive that something maybe wrong 
>with the 32-bit version only. I'm using AdoptJDK 12.0.2+10 

Here's your problem. See my post to this list from July 26, 11:32 and earlier 
to which nobody has replied so far


The OpenJdk installers don't configure the registry the same way as as Java 8 
did. procrun doesn't cope with it.

Workaround is to mess with JAVA_HOME or to install Java 8.

procrun needs to be fixed.


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