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From Patrick Lee <...@patlee.org>
Subject Re: tomcat startup problems on Linux box.
Date Wed, 06 Mar 2002 04:15:25 GMT
I've noticed that "catalina.sh 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 catalina.sh (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.

At 11:05 AM 3/1/2002, Sean Machin wrote:
 >Hi All,
 >
 >I am running Tomcat 4.0 on a Redhat 7.1 machine.
 >Everything is fine, except the startup/shutdown
 >scripts do not seem to work reliably.
 >I installed Tomcat from the RPM, so use the script
 >/etc/init.d/tomcat4 {shutdown|start}.
 >Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't.
 >I can always restart the service with a reboot,
 >but don't want to have to do that.
 >
 >Any ideas what could be going wrong?

-- 
Patrick Lee <pat@patlee.org>


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