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From Calvin Austin <caus...@spikesource.com>
Subject Re: build failed for latest build
Date Wed, 15 Jun 2005 21:42:56 GMT
There are also several build tests that fail if geronimo or another 
application is using the default geronimo/tomcat ports. I've discovered 
that for myself in my current app deployment plan testing. at least on 
linux you can do fuser -n tcp portid to find out who is using what., 
fuser -n tcp 8080 helped me out

regards
calvin

David Jencks wrote:

> That has happened to me when:
> -- I have way too much running at once -- there is a leftover geronimo 
> server instance running
>
> The problem is we are waiting for something to start in a separate 
> process, and it's hard to know how long to wait.  If neither of these 
> helps try including
>
> -Dgeronimo.assemble.offline=true
>
> on your command line.
>
> You can run just the module that is giving problems by
>
> maven -o -Dmodules=assembly
>
> or by cd'ing to modules/assembly
>
> Hope this helps
> david jencks
>
> On Jun 15, 2005, at 12:12 PM, Francis S Nazareth wrote:
>
>>
>> Hi, the latest build fails for me on windows 2000.  any ideas on why 
>> this is happening?
>>
>> BUILD FAILED                                                         
>>            
>> File...... C:\Documents and Settings\Default 
>> User\.maven\cache\maven-multiproject-plugin-1.3.1\plugin.jelly       
>>                                              
>> Element... maven:reactor
>> Line...... 217
>> Column.... 9
>> Unable to obtain goal [default] -- 
>> D:\geronimo\modules\assembly\maven.xml:382:63: 
>> <deploy:waitForStarted> null
>> Total time: 29 minutes 32 seconds                                     
>>           Finished at: Wed Jun 15 14:54:28 EDT 2005
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>>  Francis
>>
>>
>>
>> Jeff Genender <jgenender@savoirtech.com>
>>
>> 06/15/2005 01:12 PM
>> Please respond to dev
>>        
>>         To:        dev@geronimo.apache.org
>>         cc:        
>>         Subject:        Webservices for Tomcat now integrated
>>
>>        
>>
>>
>> Just announcing that webservices for Tomcat has been integrated.
>>
>>  The only caveat is for the EJB side.  Currently all webservices will go
>>  to the default Host (which for 99% of the applications is fine)...as
>>  there needs to be some slight modifications to OpenEJB to handle 
>> virtual
>>  hosts.  JIRA issue GERONIMO-666 was opened on this.
>>
>>  However, it does appear to work with my setup. I can use some help with
>>  testing this piece with both EJB and Servlet based web services with
>>  different types of applications.  So any users who want to give it a
>>  roll, it would be appreciated ;-)
>>
>>  Jeff
>>
>
>


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