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From Leigh Williamson <>
Subject Re: how to keep the server process alive on Fedora Linux
Date Mon, 16 Jan 2006 17:39:46 GMT
I have a laptop that I move around and pick up different IP addresses 
I noticed that my Geronimo server gets hung up after my laptop undergoes 
one of these IP adjustments while the server is running.
Could your overnight problem have anything to do with an IP address change 

Leigh Williamson

Qingtian Wang <> 
01/16/2006 11:06 AM
Please respond to


Re: how to keep the server process alive on Fedora Linux

Thanks for trying to help!

I did start it with the "". And afterwards I sign off the
user. And everything works fine. (I think that means Mr. G is running
in the background). Until, of course, the next day.

I am also wondering if there is some "killer" in the OS that runs and
kill some processes everyday if it thinks the process is somehow not
good. But I checked the "services" checklist that comes with Fedora -
nothing I can think of that'd do this. Is there any "known killer"
like that?

Thanks again,

On 1/16/06, Aaron Mulder <> wrote:
> You do not need to be root to run Geronimo, and it does not stop
> itself every night.  :)  Are you running it in the forground, and if
> so could there be a firewall that drops your connection to the server
> after a certain delay?  Have you tried using the startup scripts to
> launch Geronimo in the background?
> Aaron
> On 1/16/06, Qingtian Wang <> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I am running on Fedora as a normal user. Once started, the server runs
> > fine until the next day, it is stopped with no clear warning in the
> > geronomo.out log file. How can I keep the server alive all the time.
> > Do I have to be a root user when starting the server?
> >
> > Thanks!
> > Qingtian
> >

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