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From Jorg Heymans>
Subject Re: Serializing 'hello.png' brings down my server? Where to start?
Date Mon, 13 Sep 2004 11:08:39 GMT
Did you set your JVM to be headless? For tomcat you can set

Sandor Spruit wrote:

> Hi all,
> Context:
> Linux, CentOS-3, running on a dual processor server, Apache Tomcat 5.0, 
> Cocoon 2.1.5, Sun Java JVM 1.4.2
> Running the following sample, under the 'Hello World' samples with 
> blocks, completely brings down my Tomcat server. No error messages,
> no entries in the logfiles. No nothing.
> .../cocoon/samples/blocks/batik/hello.png
> So far, most of the other demos work like a charm - apart from some 
> obvious configuration issues, non-included blocks etc.
> I am not really sure where to start looking for a solution. I suspect 
> something deep in the system. Wrong system library version of some sort.
> Not something superficial such as a missing XML-file or Java class.
> Any clues much appreciated,
> Sandor
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