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From Fernando Padilla <>
Subject Re: Fed up to the back teeth with tomcat !!!
Date Thu, 12 Apr 2001 04:32:52 GMT

Hmm, interesting..

I did have a similar issue with an Oracle driver a while back. Yes, the
Debugging helped alot.  So I was driven to doing a System.gc(); after
and/or before every statement... :)

I think discovered this, assuming that all of that io and String creation
forced a gc... and it seems to work now :):)

On Wed, 11 Apr 2001, Lyle H. Ward wrote:

> Since you are using SQL server, are you using ODBC? There is a bug in ODBC
> that stops the [web] service. It doesn't affect all installations. If this
> is what's happening, there is an awful work-around. Turn on ODBC tracing. It
> prevents the service from halting but creates a monster log file.
> At 08:11 PM 4/11/2001 +0100, you wrote:
> >I am fed up to the back teeth with Tomcat under Apache.  I'm trying to run
> >a 24/7 web page servinbg around 20,000 .jsp pages a day and I'v ehad
> >to reset the damn server 3 times today already.
> >
> >It keeps falling over
> >****with absolutly no error  *** log messages at all.  I am at my wits end,
> >not
> >to mention my poor users who have had to put up with this service for the
> >past month.  I am totaly lost now as to where to look for solutions
> >
> >So can someone please recomend a good webserver that will run .jsp and
> >servlets pages and integrates well with a SQL server ?  I used to
> >run Java Webserver 2.0 would going back to that help ?
> >
> >Andy C
> >Editor R2 Project
> >
> >(lets hopr you don't see a 500 internal error message.)
> >
> >
> >

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