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From André Warnier>
Subject Re: Tomcat Service is stopped automatically???
Date Mon, 04 Aug 2008 09:41:04 GMT
Thangavel Sankaranarayanan wrote:
 From the previous items, we can thus deduce that there is nothing 
fundamentally wrong in the Tomcat setup and in its setup as a service.
It runs most of the times, it's just that sometimes it apparently crashes.

> 5) Once it stops, if you examine the "System Event log", is there a
> message that indicates why it stopped ?
> Thang>>System Even log..something new to me..where can i find this,andre??
Right-click on the "My Computer" icon, and choose "manage" (like you 
probably did to get to the "Services").
On the left-hand side, you should see a top Item "This computer", under 
it an item "System", and under that one an item "Event logs".
If you expand the Event logs, you should see at least 3 sub-items :
- Application
- Security
- System
The one of interest here is probably "System".
On the right side now, you should see a list of messages with 
timestamps.  By double-clicking on one item, you will see the full 
message.  Then you can scroll up and down.
When a service (e.g. Tomcat) starts, there will be a couple of messages 
saying "A Start message was sent to the Tomcat service" etc..
The same when a service stops.
Find out when Tomcat stops, and look around that time.
It may give you a hint right away, and if not, copy the text and post it 


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