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From Adile Abbadi <ad...@minitdrugs.com>
Subject Tomcat shutdown and processes
Date Fri, 16 Sep 2005 20:13:51 GMT
Hi all,

Maybe someone has experienced this issue I'm having - I am running
Apache/Tomcat4 on Debian using JDK1.4. I have done this install on a number
of different machines - however this is the first install I've done on the
2.6 kernel.

Everything seems to be working fine - tomcat and apache are running and i
don't see any errors in the logs. However I am noticing something weird.

In previous installations - whenever I start tomcat and do a ps -elf
afterwards - there are a large number of processes running. However in this
installation - the number of processes is really small - ie 2 or 3. Is this
something I should configure?

Second - whenever I try to shutdown Tomcat - it takes a really long time and
I end up with the message as follows

cletus:/etc/init.d# ./tomcat4 restart
Stopping Tomcat 4.1 servlet engine: .............................. (killing)
. (killing) tomcat4.
Starting Tomcat 4.1 servlet engine using Java from /usr/local/jdk14:
tomcat4.
cletus:/etc/init.d#

I mean it works - but I have never seen this before.

Any ideas would help

Thanx

Adile



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