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From "Martin Gainty" <>
Subject Re: Tomcat shutdown Problems - Process Does Not Die
Date Thu, 22 Jun 2006 22:33:10 GMT

I know with 5.5 you can control Threading by implementing custom APR 

Martin --
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>On Jun 21, 2006, at 23:22, Derek McEachern wrote:
>>I've been searching the list but so far I have not been able to find a
>>solution to problem.  I am running tomcat 4.1.31 using java 1.4.2 on a
>>Solaris 8 machine.  In our configuration we are running two tomcat  
>>sharing binaries and webapps directories by CATALINE_HOME and   
>>to the specific tomcat config.
>>Tomcat starts without a problem but for some reason when running the
>>shutdown script it doesn't kill the process however it does close it's
>>sockets.  It's configured to listen on 9080 for requests and 9005 for
>>shutdown requests and after executing the shutdown script those  ports are 
>>longer being listened to and it is possible to start another tomcat.
>>Anyone have any idea on why the actual process would not be dieing?
>Are you running apps of your own on the server?
>If so, starting a thread that might be keeping the server hanging  around 
>after shutdown?
>jørgen nørgaard
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