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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Geronimo Wiki] Update of "Building" by CarstenZiegeler
Date Tue, 16 Aug 2005 07:12:22 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The following page has been changed by CarstenZiegeler:
http://wiki.apache.org/geronimo/Building

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  We now use a single global repository list which is way easier to  maintain. In maven 1.0
and 1.0.1 there was a bug that caused a  module to not inherit the repo list from the parent
project.
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+  If you still have problems, it might be due to an own definiton for "maven.repo.remote"
in your ${user.home}/build.properties file. Geronimo uses an own properties file (located
in the etc directory) setting the remote repo. If you have an own definition in your user
directory, this will override the Geronimo setting and there dependencies might not be found
anymore. You can either temporarily remove the settings from the properties file in your home
directory or add the settings from the Geronimo properties file to your own - concatenating
both information.
+ 
  == Tests fail with java.net.BindException : Address already in use: connect on Windows ==
  
   The test suites of Geronimo and associated projects can open and close a large number of
socket connections within a short period of time, causing Windows to exhaust its pool of ephemeral
ports (default is port range 1024-5000).    When each of these connections is closed, they
will remain in TIME_WAIT for a period of time (default of 240 seconds) before the ephemeral
port is available.  Windows will not reuse a port until it has exhausted its pool of ephemeral
ports.  Therefore the Geronimo tests can easily utilise all the ports within 240 seconds.

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