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From "Kristian Ottosen" ...@yawah.com>
Subject RE: Lucene on Linux problem...
Date Wed, 13 Apr 2005 07:46:06 GMT
> I remember strange problems (with mkdir in my case) when using java
> servlets within a tomcat that was started by apache daemon.
> The problem occured on some linux installations only.

As a fact this is a servlet running under Tomcat - so you may have a good
point there. But I don't think it is started by an apache daemon. 

Will check it. Thanks
Kristian

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Morus Walter [mailto:morus.walter@tanto.de]
> Sent: 13. april 2005 08:38
> To: java-user@lucene.apache.org; ko@yawah.com
> Subject: RE: Lucene on Linux problem...
> 
> Kristian Ottosen writes:
> >
> > It seems to work now - but I would still love to see a good explanation.
> >
> How was your java application started? (sorry I you already explained,
> I didn't keep the thread and the mailing list archive seems to be out
> of order)
> I remember strange problems (with mkdir in my case) when using java
> servlets within a tomcat that was started by apache daemon.
> The problem occured on some linux installations only.
> The reason we found after quite some debugging was, that daemon wasn't
> linked to libpthread, so java was somehow using the wrong libc (or
> something
> similar, I never understood all details).
> (daemon started, loading the unthreaded libc and handed control to the
> java binary which continued using that libc while requireing a threaded)
> 
> I don't know if your problems have anything to do with such effects, but
> when you say, it happens on some distributions while others work, that
> comes into my mind.
> If the same jar file works on one linux installation and fails on another
> it's suggesting that the problem is on the jvm level or it's libraries.
> 
> Morus
> 
> 
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