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From Christopher K.St.John <>
Subject Re: tomcat startup problems on Linux box.
Date Wed, 06 Mar 2002 06:48:19 GMT
Patrick Lee wrote:
> I've noticed that " shutdown" doesn't always stop Tomcat.
> It's easy to get around it, you can manually kill the Java process that
> runs Tomcat. Tomcat won't start if there is already a running version.
> To automate this, you can modify (just add two lines) to
> save the process ID of the Tomcat Java process to a file (most Unix
> daemons do that) when started. And kill the process when stopped.

 As long as you're aware that Catalina may be off doing things
like saving your sessions to disk, running your servlet's
destroy() method, etc, etc. 

Christopher St. John

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