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Subject RE: Tomcat Question - HELP
Date Fri, 01 Oct 2004 15:58:32 GMT
First of all, let me tell you that I am not a big fan of tomcat and second 
if you just want to annoy me, don't even reply to my question.
Be professional man. I am soliciting for clue on where else to look. I am 
a Unix admin and not a an app admin. I also managed Weblogic and it's a 
easier for me to debug.

Daniel Salud

"Shapira, Yoav" <>
10/01/2004 08:35 AM
Please respond to "Tomcat Users List"

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        Subject:        RE: Tomcat Question - HELP

So something went wrong, you looked at the logs and didn't see anything
to help you debug the problem, restarted the server, now it's all fine,
and you expect someone else to have a clue as to what went wrong?  Come
on ;)  Post the log if still have it, otherwise have a good weekend ;)

Yoav Shapira
Millennium Research Informatics

>-----Original Message-----
>From: []
>Sent: Friday, October 01, 2004 11:34 AM
>To: Tomcat Users List
>Subject: Re: Tomcat Question - HELP
>anybody ?
>Daniel Salud
>----- Forwarded by Daniel Salud/LA/SPE on 10/01/2004 08:32 AM -----
>Rick Moen <>
>09/30/2004 07:15 PM
>        To:
>        cc:
>        Subject:        Re: Tomcat Question - HELP
>Quoting (
>> I have a tomcat question:
>> I killed the tomcat PID and restarted it using my start up script on
>> /etc/rc2.d (Unix - Sun). I saw a new PID after I restarted it but it
>> open the
>> jsp page and I cannot to my servlets. I was getting Internal Server
>> It appears that Tomcat did not actually start.I looked at the
>> logs
>> but nothing much there to tell what was the issue.
>> I have to reboot the server to clear tomcat and it started just fine
>> reboot.
>> Any ideas what cause it not to restart ?
>> Daniel Salud
>> (310)665-6583
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