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From "Cato, Christopher" <cc...@rational.com>
Subject URGENT! TomCat won't run my servlets - part 2
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2001 18:25:12 GMT
To add to my problem description.

I installed Resin 1.2.2 on the same machine, it runs my servlets okay out of
the box.
So, it must be tomcat. But, what is the problem? *slowly going crazy*

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Cato, Christopher [mailto:ccato@Rational.Com]
> Sent: den 15 februari 2001 19:07
> To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: URGENT! TomCat won't run my servlets.
> 
> 
> Hi all.
> 
> I'm deploying my applications to the production server. The production
> server (a DELL system running 2 processors) silently refuses to run my
> applications. They init okay (can see it in the tomcat log 
> and also in the
> database log) but they won't run the doGet method for some 
> reason. On the
> development server, they run just fine.
> 
> Both systems run RedHat 6.2 and TomCat 3.21.
> The development server runs TomCat thru Apache and mod_jk, 
> the production
> server runs TomCat standalone.
> I found a bug report on redhat.com that stated that in some 
> cases glibc can
> break java, so I upgraded glibc to the latest version. Still 
> doesn't work.
> Question is: am I overlooking something simple here? Could it be the
> difference between running as mod_jk and running standalone? 
> All other files
> are served as they should through TomCat standalone.
> 
> So, to reiterate the problem:
> machine A (development server) - rh 6.2 - tomcat 3.21 - 
> apache 1.3.12 -
> mod_jk: runs ok
> machine B (production server) - rh 6.2 - tomcat 3.21 
> standalone: doesn't
> run. WHY??
> 
> What's the friggin' problem here, I just can't get it!
> 
> Please help me if you can, deadline is overdrawn and 
> decapitation is moving
> in rapidly :(
> 
> regards,
> 
> christopher cato
> 
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