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From "johnd" <>
Subject Re: solaris exception
Date Mon, 30 Apr 2001 02:59:40 GMT
I've been told, 'see I told you not to run solaris on x86...'.

Do you think if I moved this to a sparc box with solaris 8, the problem
would still exist?

I'm basically trying solaris x86 to get a feel for solaris.  If I like
solaris I'll move to sparcs...I was told don't evaluate solaris on x86, it
is not the same.

I'm trying to determine which OS to marry...I know linux inside and out and
have a lot of documentaion available on it...I feel there are more resource
on the web to support linux knowledge.

But I have always looked to Solaris as having god like qualities, not to
mention that we are a java shop...and am wondering if I should just go
through the learning curve and get to know solaris inside and out, too...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Brunton" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2001 7:48 PM
Subject: Re: solaris exception

> On Sun, Apr 29, 2001, Purple Mutants made johnd write:
> > Anyone running Solaris 8 x86?
> >
>  Ohh ohh me me..
> > Since switching to Solaris I see a lot of 'SocketExceptions:'  something
> > about reset my peer...
> >
>   What log file are you seeing these in? If your seeing them in the
> Webserver logs that I wouldn't really worry about it. If your seeing
> it alot in the Tomcat logs and your getting issues with servlets then
> I would make sure you have the OS up to the latest patche levels
> looking especially at the TCP/IP patches. I've got my x86 box almost
> fully setup and probably going live with production traffic middle of
> next week, so I'll see if I have any of those error messages pop up.
> --
> Steve Brunton   <>  Phone: 404-827-2756
> Chief Engineer Enterprise Systems    One CNN Center, Atlanta GA
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