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From "Noronha, Joao" <>
Subject RE: Tomcat only responds to first request
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2008 17:38:27 GMT
I managed to solve the problem, by making 3 things, didn't figure out
which one did the trick:
a) commenting AJP connector (I'm using standalone);
b) changing port from 8082 to 10080
c) using -server option in JVM options
My guess would be option b)...
By the way, Eclipse is messing a little with Eclipse config (replaces
because I have the option "Run modules directly from the workspace"
Tip: If you change the configuration (server.xml) and want Eclipse to
use it, you have to delete server from servers list and add a new one.
I unchecked it because I want Eclipse to use the webapps in the Tomcat
I can also launch Tomcat from Eclipse and it is now processing several
HTTP requests.
Now when I want to debug, Eclipse is always "Starting...", checking why,
but I guess you would like the good news...


	From: Noronha, Joao 
	Sent: quarta-feira, 4 de Junho de 2008 11:47
	To: ''
	Subject: Tomcat only responds to first request
	I started having this problems with Tomcat(s) in my PC a few
days ago.
	For bug purposes, I have a Tomcat 6.0.16 simple install with
default examples, no app of my own.
	For any app Tomcat only gets the first request, showing
DumperValve request info.
	The browser (either IE or Opera) generally does not show (keeps
downloading forever) one or two images, usually the largest
	For a second or other page requests it does respond and does not
show any console output for DumperValve (does not get the request).
	A second thread dump before closing the browser has a new thread
waiting on JIoEndpoint.
	Even after closing the browser, which leads to closing the HTTP
connection - seen with procexp.exe -,
	this new thread is still waiting on the same spot (I attach the
3 thread dumps and dumper valve info between 1 and 2).
	Where could it be the problem?

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