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From Michael Kastner <kast...@galt.de>
Subject Re: Where do I set the -server option?
Date Thu, 30 Dec 2004 17:00:45 GMT
Hello Trond,

now that's an in depth explanation. Thanks a lot. Sorry for my 
questions, but I was somehow too much focused on the old tomcat 4.1 
configuration.

Thanks once again for your patience. You've helped me a lot.

Greetings

Michael Kastner

Trond G. Ziarkowski schrieb:
> Hi Michael
> 
>>     -jvm <JVM name>
>>         use a specific Java Virtual Machine. Available JVMs:
>>             'null'
> 
> 
> It says null because jsvc cannot find your jvm.cfg file. On my system i 
> ran jsvc -debug -help to find out where it was looking for it. I found 
> that jsvc was expecting to find my jvm.cfg in JAVA_HOME/jre/lib, but the 
> file resides in JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/i386. So I made a symlink to it in 
> JAVA_HOME/jre/lib and then running jsvc -help on my box is looking like 
> this:
>    -jvm <JVM name>
>        use a specific Java Virtual Machine. Available JVMs:
>            'client' 'server'
> 
> Now you should be able to start jsvc with the -jvm server option set. To 
> actually verify that the server vm is started you can put this 
> <%=System.getProperty("java.vm.name")%> inside a jsp and it should say: 
> Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM
> 
> Trond
> 
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