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From Marc Boorshtein <marc.boorsht...@octetstring.com>
Subject Re: horrible problems with TC4.1 under RedHat Advanced Server
Date Mon, 02 Aug 2004 02:39:46 GMT
Which JDK are you using?  There is an incompatibility between jdk1.3  
and redhat enterprise 3.0.
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Marc Boorshtein
Sr. Software Engineer, Octet String
marc.boorshtein@octetstring.com
On Aug 1, 2004, at 5:34 PM, Peter Lin wrote:

> 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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