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From Mario Beekwilder <>
Subject RE: Tomcat Unix autostart
Date Mon, 11 Dec 2000 11:50:57 GMT

When the startup-script is run at server-boot-time, tomcat starts
(errors.log is created & filled normaly) but immediately afterwards tomcat
is killed.
This we can see at the server's display when booting the machine.

When the machine has finished booting and the script is run from the
command-line-prompt, tomcat runs fine.
Could this be related to any rights, paths, special cases, etc when the
script is run at boot-time? Which settings/environment variables should I
look at?
The CLASSPATH-variable is set in

The order of booting doesn't seem to be the problem. First apache then
tomcat or vice versa, makes no difference.
Apache starting with the boot-script works fine.

Mario Beekwilder
CMG - TP Maastricht

-----Original Message-----
From: AC []
Sent: maandag 11 december 2000 8:58
Subject: Re: Tomcat Unix autostart

Tomcat should start after Apache during reboot. Also remember to set your 
classpath in the startup script.


At 08.44 11/12/2000 +0100, you wrote:
>I'm trying to start Tomcat whith rebooting a Unix machine.
>Tomcat seems to start for a moment and then dissappears.
>I have a startup script in /sbin/rc3.d
>I'm using an Alpha1000 with Tru64 unix 4.0D
>Who can help me.
>Jan Stevens
>Software Developer
>CMG Maastricht B.V. -Telecom Products
>*       Adelbert van Scharnlaan 170A            *       043 - 6018185
>         6224 JX Maastricht                                      *
>- 6018169

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