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From Mark Moloney <>
Subject Re: Missing define subdirectory
Date Fri, 22 Apr 2011 21:19:33 GMT
Hi Karl,

Yes, all working now. The agents process wasn't running when I was running
the Tomcat app.

Thanks, Mark

On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 8:50 PM, Karl Wright <> wrote:

> The define directories are only built when there is something in them.
>  As of some time ago, there are no existing connectors that require
> them any longer, but the build scripts and run scripts still handle
> them if they exist.
> ManifoldCF does not only consist of a set of web applications, but
> also the agents process.  It sounds like you did not start the agents
> process, which is why nothing seems to be working for you.  How to do
> this in a multi-process setup is all described fully in
> It sounds like you should be starting here:
> In the multiprocess setup, be careful to not skip the setup of a
> synchronization directory.
> Please let me know whether this helps.
> Karl
> On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 10:48 PM, Mark Moloney <> wrote:
> > The define subdirectory under dist/web is missing and cannot be found in
> the
> > source. Therefore I am also missing the relevant -D switches for Tomcat
> > installation. I figured I at least needed
> > "-Dorg.apache.manifoldcf.configfile" to point to the path of the
> properties
> > file.
> > Perhaps a missing -D switch is the cause of a job getting stuck. I set up
> > using Postgresql and Tomcat, and ran the various commands to initialize
> the
> > database. When I configure a job using the Null output connector and the
> > File System Repository, the job gets stuck on "Starting up". Attempts to
> > abort the job then has it stuck on "Aborting". Restarting Tomcat doesn't
> > make the job unstuck. Attempts to delete the job fail because the job
> hasn't
> > aborted.
> > I'm testing on a small directory. The same setup worked find using the
> > example configuration with the built in Jetty and Derby.
> > Thank you for any assistance.
> > Mark

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