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From "Marcelo Demestri" <>
Subject Re: Tomcat 4 and Apache 1.3
Date Mon, 07 Jan 2002 18:04:07 GMT
    Hi Jose!
    I have the same problem.
    When I install Tomcat 4.0.1 and Apache 1.3.22 in an environment W2K
professional with JDK 1.3.1 and the mod_webapp WARP connector, I get the
following problem:
    Whenever I try to access the Tomcat example index page:


    The plain text is displayed, but then Apache hangs downloading the gifs.
    And I have to restart Apache.
    However I do not have the problem running Tomcat in Stand-alone mode.

    I think the occurrence of the "log infinite" is when Tomcat try to serve
the static content of a page.
    Hopefully a Tomcat "guru" can tell us what's the problem and how to


P.S.: you talk spanish?

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jose F. Osorio" <>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <>
Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2002 10:05 PM
Subject: Tomcat 4 and Apache 1.3

> Hello List Members,
> I have pretty much spent the day upgrading my laptop from Tomcat 3.2.1 to
> Tomcat 4.0.1
> ================================================
> Laptop PIII 750 running Windows2000 Profesional.
> Java JDK 1.3
> ================================================
> The previous installation was very smooth and stable. The examples web app
> and my own deployed servlets worked fine under the older version.
> I installed the mod_webapp module and dll as per instructions. Set
> CATALINA_HOME to the folder where I installed the new version, made the
> entries in apache's http configuration file, and everything else as per
> installtion and config instructions.
> In reviewing fresh log files, it appears that both tomcat and apache
> comunicate with each other (I start tomcat first, then apache http
> Proof of this, I hope, is that I am able to see the main index.html page
> from the examples web application distributed with tomcat.
> If I don't start tomcat, then I am not able to browse that page. So, this
> tells me that the jsp/servlet container does comununicate with apache.
> As soon as I click on any of the links to run any of the sample
> from, the browser submits the request and just waits for responses from
> server. While this is going on, tomcat's  apache log file grows and grows.
> As you examine the log file below, the beginning of it shows what appears
> be normal initialization info. Then, later on you will see the repeating
> error messages from the request to run a sample application.
> Any ideas as to what am I doing wrong or missing?
> By the way, I have not listed server.jar in the CLASSPATH. I don't think
> is necessary to list it as it was not listed before and the older tomcat
> version worked fine.
> Thank you.
> Regards,
> Jose.

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