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From הילה <hilavalen...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [OT] Memory Leak in Tomcat
Date Sun, 27 Feb 2011 17:37:57 GMT
Original:
Does this happen all the time? Under what conditions? Are you able to
build a patched version of Tomcat in a test environment to test a fix I
have? What version of Java and Tomcat are you running?

Hey
I'm not sure if you refer the question to me, since the whole topic shifted
to an off topic :]
But yes, it happens all the time. what do you mean "under what conditions?"
As I specified in my first mail, it happens when I implement windows
authentication on tomcat
I use tomcat 6.0.29 , on OS win server 2008 R2 standard, JDK 1.6 Build 23

If you have a fix, I'll happy to try it on our test environment.

Thanks
Hila


2011/2/25 Christopher Schultz <chris@christopherschultz.net>

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> André,
>
> On 2/25/2011 10:47 AM, André Warnier wrote:
> > [Thread hijacking] is more annoying, because quite a few people have
> their client set
> > to display messages "by thread" (a hierarchical display where messages
> > neatly appear under the ones they respond to, instead of just
> > chronologically).  The client classifies new messages as being "part of
> > a thread" using information contained in other headers within the
> > message (kind of a "refers to" thing).  These headers are automatically
> > added by the list server.
> > So when you respond to an existing message and change the subject, for
> > these people an unrelated message suddenly appears inside a discussion
> > "tree" where your new message does not belong.
>
> Worse are mail clients who think that "subject" and "thread" are
> interchangeable: the thread-id in the SMTP headers is ignored and
> instead the subject is used to thread things. That way, two things happen:
>
> 1. People who hijack threads can't tell and get all angry when we tell
> them they hijacked the thread
>
> 2. Legitimate thread-subject-changes (such as adding [OT] or whatever)
> end up showing-up in what looks like a separate thread.
>
> > Please do [chip in].  That's the point of this list.
> > Specially interventions like yours, which is civil, well-written and
> > brings valuable information and insights.
>
> Mostly everyone here will ignore most of the list-etiquette rules and
> remain civil if you have something worthwhile to say. Top-posting is
> only irritating when it looks like this:
>
> Reply:
>
> Yes, no, and maybe. There are other times this happens. 1.6. 5.something.
>
> Original:
> Does this happen all the time? Under what conditions? Are you able to
> build a patched version of Tomcat in a test environment to test a fix I
> have? What version of Java and Tomcat are you running?
>
> Since Chris's post had actual content and didn't really have a
> point-counterpoint feel to it, top-posting can be forgiven :)
>
> - -chris
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