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From "Jay D. McHugh" <>
Subject Re: Pebble installation
Date Tue, 29 Apr 2008 10:37:47 GMT
Hello all.

Just to 'put a bow' on this thread - the problem turned out to be 
related to permissions on the Derby database.

The system was started at least once as root, but normally was running 
as a non-root user.  So, there were a couple of Derby related files that 
were not writable.


Jay D. McHugh wrote:
> Kenneth,
> If you want me to, I would be happy to take a look.
> Just send the credentials I would need directly to my personal address.
> Jay
> Kenneth P. Turvey wrote:
>> On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 11:13:15 -0500, Jay D. McHugh wrote:
>>> I was able to deploy my war file and access the blog on Geronimo/Jetty
>>> too (with or without the virtual host).
>> Hmm.  What URL do you use to actually get to the blogging tool?  I tried
>> and
>> I tried setting the correct (I think) settings in the geronimo-web.xml 
>> file for each of these. 
>> I've tried this with and without the virtual host settings.  I have 
>> other war files installed that are working flawlessly, both with and 
>> without the virtual server line.   
>>> Do you have an entry in your hosts file that directs your virual host to
>>> 'localhost'?
>> Everything is handled by DNS.  I'm pretty sure that is working OK.  As 
>> I said above, other war files work without flaw.
>>> Or do you have a DNS entry somewhere that would point that virtual host
>>> to your server?
>> Yes. 
>>> Because after I set up an entry in my /etc/hosts file that pointed
>>> to, I was able to get to the blog using:
>> Strangely I noticed I'm getting a different error than if I just use a 
>> non-existent web app. 
>> The error I'm getting is a 503 error:
>> Service Unavailable
>> Does that help at all?
>>> Is that what you were missing?
>> No, but I do appreciate you looking into this. 
>> If it would help, I could give you access to the console.  There isn't 
>> anything running on their right now that will cost me money if you run 
>> off with it. 

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