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From "Bruno Vilardo" <>
Subject RE: Tomcat 4.1 Issue - Strange
Date Wed, 29 Nov 2006 22:42:29 GMT
Hello Martin,

Thanks for the reply.
I am not in the server now which is having the problem. But I have a linux
box here in which my jvm.cfg file has the be-client KNOWN

-server KNOWN
-hotspot ALIASED_TO -client
-classic WARN
-native ERROR
-green ERRORlow contents:

What would be the right values for these parms?



-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Gainty [] 
Sent: terça-feira, 28 de novembro de 2006 23:13
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Tomcat 4.1 Issue - Strange

run those tests so we can verify its not HW 
also :
what version JVM? 
java -version
what is the default JVM..generally this is the 1st non commented (#) entry
in $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/i386/jvm.cfg which should say something like

-client KNOWN
-server ?
-hotspot ?
-native ?
-green ?
-ojvm ?

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Christopher Schultz" <>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <>
Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006 7:48 PM
Subject: Re: Tomcat 4.1 Issue - Strange

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> Bruno,
> Bruno Vilardo wrote:
>> Hello Chris,
>> Yes I can give you details about the hardware configuration.
>> It is a Linux Server running Suse 9, 4 CPU 3GHZ, 8GB Memory. Not sure
>> the Disk layout(if this is what you mean). I know that they are using
>> 10 with reiser File System.
> The filesystem is generally irrelevant. What is ths architecture? (i.e.
> what type of CPU is it... don't forget that Linux runs on many chips
> these days).
>> I have access to the box, is there any idea to check that it is a
>> issue? I will check in the "messages" file to see some strange hardware
>> errors.
> You are unlikely to see a message in your syslog saying "hey, you've got
> a bad CPU", or "bad memory" or anything like that.
> What you want to do is run memtest86+ ( Get
> yourself the bootable floppy or CD image and let it run for a while.
> With 8GB of memory, you'll need a lot of time. You might want to drop it
> down to 1GB (or at least less than 8GB) just to get a preliminary test
> done. memtest86 stresses your memory and lets you know if everything
> went well. This involves the CPU, memory, and motherboard. If you have
> alternate hardware to swap-out some components, you can run tests with
> each combination to see which one is giving you problems.
> Don't underestimate the motherboard as the source of your problems. I
> have had this happen to me and most often than not, the motherboard has
> been the problem.
>> What type of hardware issue could be involved? Memory ?? Disk ??
> Usually CPU, memory, or mobo. Never the disk.
>> perhaps an OS patch?
> Nope. Unless you are using a bleeding-edge kernel, you're okay. Same
> thing with Java. After a few patch levels, Java is usually pretty
> - -chris
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