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From Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <>
Subject Re: how to determine clustering problem?
Date Mon, 06 Jun 2005 21:11:58 GMT
turn on logging, see Tomcat docs
then through log4j you can turn on logging for only 

and you will be able to see all messages going through.


John MccLain wrote:

>We have a webapp that runs fine in 1 tomcat instance.
>We have insured that all classes being stored in session are serializable
>When I put the app into a cluster of 3 Tomcats on my machine, it kind of
>works, but I am getting inconsistent failures. It is like constantly running
>down rabbit holes as the errors change continually.
>Is there a way to debug clustered apps? If this is a possible memory, issue,
>How do I change the memory configuration for each Tomcat instance? Is there
>a timeout for each screen request? can I configure it?
>John McClain
>Senior Software Engineer
>TCS Healthcare
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