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From Sig Rinde <>
Subject Re: Wee error
Date Tue, 26 Jan 2010 09:55:48 GMT
Thanks Ethan,

planned to start over to test all fresh, so I created a new and fresh
Amazon instance (same base image as the other live one), apt-get
upgrade etc, now running 9.04 all latest.

New svn from esme.

Added new api_test user in default.props and commented out the
compression plug-in in pom.xml.

Then fired it up and got this error:

[INFO] suggestion: remove the scalaVersion from pom.xml
[ERROR] /home/files/esme/server/src/test/scala
[ERROR] /home/files/esme/server/src/test/scala/../scala
[INFO] Compiling 8 source files to /home/files/esme/server/target/test-classes
[WARNING] Exception in thread "main" java.lang.StackOverflowError
[WARNING] 	at$ClassSymbol.owner(Symbols.scala:1563)
[WARNING] 	at$Symbol.toplevelClass(Symbols.scala:940)
[WARNING] 	at$Symbol.toplevelClass(Symbols.scala:942)
[WARNING] 	at$Symbol.toplevelClass(Symbols.scala:942)
[WARNING] 	at$Symbol.toplevelClass(Symbols.scala:942)
[WARNING] 	at$Symbol.toplevelClass(Symbols.scala:942)

So what did I forget this time :)


2010/1/25 Ethan Jewett <>:
> Hi Sig,
> Thanks for doing all that detective work. Unfortunately I don't have
> an Ubuntu box to test on. :-(
> I wonder if there is some place that I pull in the setting for the
> integration test user other than in the API2 code. Definitely
> possible. I will try to look in to it.
> Question if you have the time: If you add another line in the property
> file and assign a second user as integration admin, does that user
> stop working in the web interface as well?
> Thanks,
> Ethan
> On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 3:27 AM, Sig Rinde <> wrote:
>> Morning creative sleuth work:
>> 1. Sorry, no difference between browsers:
>> 2. If I log on as another user, then log out in anything but root, say
>> "hosturl:8080/auth_view/" then no problem.
>> 3. If I log out and log on as api_test in root same problem on all browsers.
>> 4. This only for the aws instance, not for my local instance. (aws is
>> ubuntu, local is OS X)
>> 5. Did a diff between the two (local and aws) webapp folders and found
>> nothing different (except the .svn stuff which I removed after first
>> try).
>> 6. Did a diff between full esme directories and found no diff except
>> .svn folders and that esme on aws held a file named .gitignore.
>> The server works though, and now I know how to get in there so I can
>> live with problem and assume it'll go away with a later new and fresh
>> install... :)
>> 2010/1/25 Richard Hirsch <>:
>>> might be a lift-specific problem with those browsers.

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