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From "Rob S." <>
Subject Resolved? - RE: HELP: Tomcat maxing out, not serving pages
Date Sat, 29 Jul 2000 09:35:38 GMT
Tomcat 3.2b2.  First read my previous message, included below.  The section
in my <VirtualHost> is just a cut/paste job from the generated
tomcat-apache.conf, with DocumentRoot and some logging added.

So, it appears as though this:

<Host name="hostname" >
	<Context path="" docBase="/users/myApp/docBase" reloadable="true"
</Host>, whereas this does not:

<Host name="hostname" >
	<Context path="/myApp" docBase="/users/myApp/docBase" reloadable="true"

With the latter configuration, the jasper log shows nothing.  I wonder if
the "%2F" (see original message) is funking things up?  I don't know what
that's supposed to be in the *nix filesystem world.  OH, the '/'?  If it
were some compilation problem, I figure Jasper would crap out at some point,
but it never even gets started (re: doesn't show "JspEngine --> /myJsp.jsp"

This is strange, because the example provided in the server.xml is:

<Host name="" >
	<Context path="" docBase="webapps/examples" />
	<Context path="/examples" docBase="webapps/ROOT" />

...which I remember seeing working.  Then again, that was with my previous
build from sometime in July.

Thoughts anyone?

- r

p.s. Still dunno why says the work directory name should have a suffix of
"8080" when I'm on 80.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rob S. []
> Sent: July 29, 2000 1:32 AM
> To:
> Subject: HELP: Tomcat maxing out, not serving pages
> Apache is serving statics.  The first thing I did was check tomcat.log.  I
> have the log set to DEBUG and the Context debug="9".  Nothing
> there at all,
> just the init stuff.  Next, I checked the work dir.  It is being
> created, so
> I know Tomcat is processing the request.  This is weird:
> virtualHostName_8080%2FcontextName/
> I wonder why the _8080 has been appended?  Nothing is running on 8080.  My
> virtual host is on port 80.  Could this be contributing to the 'problem'?
> There is nothing in the work directory.
> I imagine the compilation step is what's responsible.  Pages as simple as
> "Hello <%= new String("world!") %>" don't work.
> Any ideas?
> - r

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