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From "Martin Gainty" <>
Subject Re: TOMCAT 1.4
Date Mon, 01 Jan 2007 17:23:19 GMT
If you're speaking of 1.4 JVM instead of Tomcat then you should make your distinctions clear
as in I am using "Tomcat 5.x with JVM 1.4"
Dont get mixed up again

Good Luck

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gregor Schneider" <>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <>; "Martin Gainty" <>
Sent: Monday, January 01, 2007 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: TOMCAT 1.4

> Hi Martin,
> sorry, don't get you: What do you mean by "double-checking version 1.4"?
> As Chuck wrote above, there's no such version of Tomcat 1.4. However,
> there is a Java-Version named 1.4.2 - maybe you're mixing it up?
> Maybe you should let us know what you're trying to achieve:
> I understood that you want to run Tomcat. I also understood that you
> want to run httpd (I figure you're talking about Apache httpd).
> However, when you start Tomcat, you are  getting an exception saying
> that port 8080 is already in use.
> Now what you have to do is to figure out which process is blocking
> port 8080 (my guess is, that it's already another instance of Tomcat
> running).
> To check this, in Unix (Linux) there's a command to check what process
> is listening on which port. I think it also should exist within
> Solaris.
> The command is "netstat -lnp" which will give you an overview of the
> processes listening to the network and showing the ports to which each
> of those processes is bound.
> If the command doesn't exist within Solaris, maybe somebody in this
> list can give a hint and show an alternative command.
> Anyways, please describe what you'd like to achieve, and maybe the
> members of this list can sketch some solutions for you.
> And last not least:
> Be aware that, if you run Tomcat on port 8080 (the default port), then
> the url will be http://your_host:8080 - otherwise port 80 is
> requested, and then you'll either have to change the Listener within
> Tomcat to listen to port 80 or you'll need something like Apache httpd
> in front.
> Cheers
> Greg
> -- 
> what's puzzlin' you, is the nature of my game
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