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From "Peter Guyatt" <pguy...@telesoft-technologies.com>
Subject RE: Tomcat on Netware
Date Tue, 30 Sep 2003 14:19:06 GMT
Hi There,

	Sorry I don't, you may have to raise a bug report for this problem.

I am positive that it will be an easy fix so it should be solved relatively
quickly.

Hope this is ok

Thanks

Pete

-----Original Message-----
From: Aziz Yacoub [mailto:Aziz@decastar.com.au]
Sent: 30 September 2003 15:08
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: RE: Tomcat on Netware


Thanks... do you know why tomcat would be doing this on startup??

>>> "Peter Guyatt" <pguyatt@telesoft-technologies.com> 30/09/2003
11:04:36 pm >>>
Yeah,

The fact that you need to have the call to the method synchronized its
the
same as using the wait() method implemented in the Object class

you need to own the lock before you can call this method eg.

some method {
synchronized (this) {
//this is ok
wait();
}
}

where as

some method {
wait();
}

would throw an IllegalMonitorStateException.

Hope this helps

Pete

-----Original Message-----
From: Aziz Yacoub [ mailto:Aziz@decastar.com.au]
Sent: 30 September 2003 13:51
To: >
Subject: Tomcat on Netware


I've been successfully running Tomcat 4.0.4 on Novell Netware with the

Novell (ie Netscape) Enterprise Server (using nsapi_rd.nlm) for many
months, and now I want to upgrade to Tomcat 4.1.27.

I installed and configured 4.1.27 just like 4.0.4 (ajp13, workers etc),

and now it's giving the following error when I try to start it:

Bootstrap: Class loader creation threw exception
java.lang.IllegalMonitorStateException: current thread not owner

The log file shows:

[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (88)]: Into wc_open
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (222)]: Into build_worker_map,

creating 1 workers
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (228)]: build_worker_map,
creating worker worker1
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (148)]: Into wc_create_worker
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (162)]: wc_create_worker,
about to create instance worker1 of ajp13
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_ajp13_worker.c (108)]: Into
ajp13_worker_factory
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (171)]: wc_create_worker,
about to validate and init worker1
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_ajp_common.c (1219)]: Into
jk_worker_t::validate
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_ajp_common.c (1239)]: In
jk_worker_t::validate for worker worker1 contact is localhost:8009
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_ajp_common.c (1267)]: Into
jk_worker_t::init
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_ajp_common.c (1287)]: In
jk_worker_t::init, setting socket timeout to 0
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (187)]: wc_create_worker,
done
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (238)]: build_worker_map,
removing old worker1 worker
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (250)]: build_worker_map,
done
[Tue Sep 30 22:27:31 2003] [jk_worker.c (111)]: wc_open, done 1
[Tue Sep 30 22:28:28 2003] [jk_nsapi_plugin.c (298)]: jk_init, a
second passed
[Tue Sep 30 22:29:22 2003] [jk_worker.c (118)]: Into wc_close
[Tue Sep 30 22:29:22 2003] [jk_worker.c (199)]: close_workers got 1
workers to destroy
[Tue Sep 30 22:29:22 2003] [jk_worker.c (206)]: close_workers will
destroy worker worker1
[Tue Sep 30 22:29:22 2003] [jk_ajp_common.c (1324)]: Into
jk_worker_t::destroy
[Tue Sep 30 22:29:22 2003] [jk_ajp_common.c (1331)]: Into
jk_worker_t::destroy up to 1 endpoint to close
[Tue Sep 30 22:29:22 2003] [jk_worker.c (120)]: wc_close, done

The server setup is Netware 5.1 sp6, JVM 1.1.3.8, NES 5.1.

Does anyone know what would cause an IllegalMonitorStateException ???

TIA




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