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From Halgurt Mustafa-Ali <>
Subject Re: Cocoon crashs!
Date Fri, 04 Feb 2005 12:02:25 GMT
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>Halgurt Mustafa-Ali wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am directing a course at the University of Munich. We use a Transformer to
>> integrate OWL-QL into the Cocoon framework. Each time when we get a request
>> owl-ql loads up some Ontologies, which may have about 100 MB. I changed the
>> heap-size to 512mb through the java option -X. Well when we geht 20 requests 
>> a short time cocoon crashs. I tried to use the clear-cache action, but it
>> doesn't work. Do you have an Idea how I can solve this problem? I am using
>> cocoon 2.1.5 and tomcat 5.
>In order to help we need more details
>Does the vm die?

Yes it dies.

>Do you see any exceptions?

I don't see any exceptions, tomcat stucks and then crashes.

>What transformer are you using?

I am using OWQLTransformer. apropos, when I use this Transformer in a pipeline I 
can't use another one, for example xslt, what do I have to do?

>...your explanation is a bit vague.

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