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From Randy Layman <>
Subject RE: The (tom)cat with 9 lives...
Date Wed, 09 Jan 2002 11:55:21 GMT

	One alternative for image processing is JIMI
( or JAI
(  Both are Java so
there is no native code to worry with (thus reducing the possibility of


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dr. Evil []
> Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 10:42 PM
> To:
> Subject: The (tom)cat with 9 lives...
> I was trying to get Tomcat to work with Jmagick, and I appear to be
> having some problems which cause Tomcat to stop working, but it leaves
> a bunch of threads going.  For some reason I can't kill these threads
> using the ordinary 'kill -9' method.  This is under Mandrake Linux,
> with a 2.4 kernel.  Any sugestions on how to kill these threads which
> never die?  I don't want to have to reboot this computer all the
> time.  That's a Windows thing!
> Also, I am having a lot of problems with getting Jmagick to work.  It
> can link in and do some things, but it seems to crash a lot, too.
> Basically, I am trying to set up Tomcat so that users can download
> images, which are then stored in a DB.  To do this, the images need to
> be scaled down to a certain maximum size (ie, we don't want 1000x1000
> images) and I also need to convert formats, to go from JPEG/GIF/PNG to
> PNG and WBMP.  Any alternatives to Jmagick?
> Thanks!
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