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From 赵顺 <cnjoy...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: embedded tomcat, "work" folder wipe out issue
Date Sat, 03 Jul 2010 08:13:09 GMT
It seems like the bug
https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=49539
the tomcat delete workdir while startup with errors

On Sat, Jul 3, 2010 at 4:03 PM, Federico Fissore <fissore@celi.it> wrote:

> Christopher Schultz, il 02/07/2010 23:00, ha scritto:
>
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>> Federico,
>>
>> On 7/2/2010 8:36 AM, Federico Fissore wrote:
>>
>>> I've embedded tomcat so to have multiple webapps running with separate
>>> java processes (each embedded tomcat runs its own webapp, listening to a
>>> different tcp port), because of some memory issues we have.
>>>
>>
>> Have you considered simply using CATALINA_BASE to run separate Tomcats?
>> That would likely be easier than writing an embedded Tomcat wrapper, etc.
>>
>>
> yes, but embedding tomcat is part of a wider plan of building an internal
> management system
>
>
>> Are you sure Tomcat is completely shut down when you perform the delete?
>> If not, Tomcat might have some in-memory notion of what's on the disk,
>> and get confused when the files suddenly disappear.
>>
>
> yes, i'm sure. work wipe out occurs in the shutdown hook of the embedded
> tomcat and when it terminates the related java process no
> longer exists (just like when you kill a process on linux)
>
>
>
>> Have you tried undeploying the webapp and re-deploying? That should
>> cause Tomcat to clear it's own work directory for that webapp.
>>
>>
> as said, when we wipe out, tomcat is running no more, so it couldn't clear
> the folder on its own
>
> thanks for the reply
>
> federico
>
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