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From Martin Gainty <>
Subject RE: Graceful shutdown
Date Sat, 05 Jul 2008 14:54:12 GMT

go to server.xml
determine the shutdown port in server.xml
Can you confirm the default shutdown TC port of 8005 is listening?
so at command line typenetstat -a | grep 8005?Martin_____________________________________________
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> Try using and to start and stop Tomcat.> > Walter > >
-----Original Message-----> From: Antonio Parolini [] >
Sent: Friday, July 04, 2008 2:54 AM> To:> Subject: Graceful
shutdown> > > Hello,> > We use Tomcat 5.5.23> > Using the command "
stop" interrupts abruptly any working> servlet threads and stop Tomcat. > > Is there
a way of shutting tomcat gracefully?> > For me, an example of graceful shutdown would
be:> 1) The HTTP connector stop accepting new requests> 2) Tomcat wait that all the
servlet threads finish (without interrupting> them as it does today)> 3) Shutdown the
server> > Thanks for your advises,> > Antonio> > NB: I've seen that jk2
connector did something about this, but we are> not using Apache as our front end.>
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