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From Jacob Kjome <h...@visi.com>
Subject Re: HELP!! Tomcat crashes on me!
Date Mon, 02 Dec 2002 10:12:06 GMT

Steve, again, you need to provide more info with your questions if you 
expect help from people.  "Tomcat is crashing on me" with no more info is 
totally useless.  What are the symptoms?  What stacktraces do you see?  Any 
info in the log files?

Jake

At 01:42 PM 12/1/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>  Hello all. I need some help w. Tomcat 4.1.12 simply CRASHING ON ME when I
>try/attempt to activate the damned thing!!! Now, what in the hell could be
>possibly causing this anyway??!!!
>
>  I WAS using the version 4.1.16 of Tomcat for a little while before it 
> too started
>to crash on me. I might suggest a possible solution: delete and then write in
>again all of the environment variables in the System settings. Does that "ring
>true" with anyone out there or not? I mean, once I finally figured out how 
>to "do"
>those variables the correct way, then everything sort of fell into place and I
>finally got Tomcat going, at least for while. Listen, this is a bit off 
>topic, but
>I was also wondering if anyone out there knows anything about Macromedia's 
>JRun
>Server or not and how to configure it to run properly? There are 3 kinds of
>servers for it, the Default, the Examples, and the Admin. I got the 
>Default server
>up and running twice last nite, and the Admin server running once earlier 
>today.
>The folders for the 3 kinds of servers are C:\JRun4\servers\[admin, examples,
>default], and if I could just go to work editing them the right way, then 
>I could
>get JRun running.
>
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