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From הילה <hilavalen...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Memory Leak in Tomcat
Date Wed, 23 Feb 2011 07:06:02 GMT
I've posted my problem in the sourceforge forums, but no comments have
received so far. :(

If you have any suggestions to replace this, another way to authenticate the
tomcat to the DB with user and password that do not appear in clear text,
I'll be glad to hear about it.

Thanks
Hila

2011/2/23 André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com>

> הילה wrote:
> ...
>
> The tomcat service (on windows) ran with local system...
>
> Ok, now I get it.
>
> ...
>
>  Now the tomcat service is running
>>
> (as a Windows domain user)
>
>  and authenticates to the DB with a domain
>
>> user
>>
>
> The above are two entirely distinct matters.
>
> 1) the Tomcat service was running as "LocalSystem", and is now running
> under a Windows Domain user
>
> This does not require any additional components.
> You just need a Domain user, with the appropriate privilege to run a
> Service on this machine, and to set the "logon user" in the service tab of
> the Tomcat service.
>
> It does not require ntlmauth.dll (whatever that is, it is not a part of
> Tomcat), and I would bet that this, by itself, does not create any memory
> leak.
>
> 2) the Tomcat process authenticates to the database using a Windows Domain
> user.
>
> This /does/ require additional components (the jdts-1.2.5.jar in the tomcat
> 6.0\lib folder and the ntlmauth.dll which you mention), which is not
> provided by Tomcat, but apparently here :
>
> http://jtds.sourceforge.net/faq.html
>
> So it looks to me that you should ask the developers of jTDS why you are
> experiencing a memory leak when using it.
> I don't think that Tomcat per se has anything to do with this issue.
>
>
>
>
>
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