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From Peter Lin <wool...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: horrible problems with TC4.1 under RedHat Advanced Server
Date Sun, 01 Aug 2004 22:34:11 GMT
this is most definitely an issue with glibc, since I've seen it in the
past on my machine. I've had it happen with Sun jvm and IBM jvm for
redhat in the past.

your best bet is to search the redhat mailing list for solutions to the problem.

peter

On Sun, 01 Aug 2004 10:54:51 -0700, David Rees <drees@greenhydrant.com> wrote:
> Steve Summit wrote, On 8/1/2004 6:22 AM:
> > I've got a big, complicated web application (too complicated to
> > go into the details of here), and I'm having problems moving from
> > Red Hat 9 to Red Hat Advanced Server / Enterprise Server.
> > (The move is for support reasons.)
>  >
> > I suspect that there's some pernicious incompatibility between
> > this version of Tomcat, this version of j2sdk, and the C
> > libraries in these releases of RedHat.  (When I built these
> > machines, I think I had to manually install a C compatibility
> > library to get Java to work at all.)
> >
> > There was a message to this list a month or so ago from
> > Harald Henkel describing some similar-sounding problems, but
> > it doesn't look like he got an answer.  He mentioned setting
> > LD_ASSUME_KERNEL to 2.4.1, and I'm going to try this, but it
> > sounded like that only slightly ameliorated, but didn't fix,
> > his problem.
> 
> It's definitely some sort of JVM/OS issue, and not directly related to
> Tomcat.  What glibc version are you running, are you running all errata
> for the system (up2date)?  Also upgarde to the latest JDK, and finally,
> if it is still not stable, try a LD_ASSUME_KERNEL setting of 2.2.5.
> 
> -Dave
> 
> 
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