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From Jerry Malcolm <2ndgenfi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Removing Ref to YourKit in TC
Date Sun, 10 Jun 2012 18:17:35 GMT
Andre, I'm not yelling.  I'm looking for help.  telling me to compare every
file in the entire installation after downloading and setting up a parallel
environment is not exactly the type of information I hoped to get from
people that know the internal structure of the program.  As a last resort,
I could have figured out to do that myself.  Yes, I installed it.  And I
need help fixing it.  Apparently, this is a figure-it-out-yourself forum.

On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 1:01 PM, André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com> wrote:

> Jerry Malcolm wrote:
>
>> StdOut:  2012-06-10 09:07:04 Commons Daemon procrun stdout initialized
>> Error occurred during initialization of VM
>> Could not find agent library in absolute path:
>> C:\PROGRA~2\YOURKI~1.6\bin\**win64\yjpagent.dll
>>
>> Do you mean I need to download the entire zip, unzip everything, and do a
>> file by file compare?  Your kidding, right?  If I'm going to have to do
>> all
>> of that, I might as well just uninstall the entire product and reinstall
>> from scratch.
>>
>> Can't somebody just tell me what file in Tomcat contains references to
>> third-party DLLs like this?
>>
>> It's TC 7.0.26
>>
>>
> Ou know, /you/ installed Yourkit, not us.
> And if you're gonna yell at somebody, yell at the Yourkit people, not the
> Tomcat people.
>
> What I would do if I was you, is
> 1) search the Registry for "yjpagent.dll"
> 2) next, download a Windows "grep" and grep for "yjpagent.dll"
> From the error message above, I'd say it happens somewhere when Java is
> being started, before Tomcat is even involved.
>
>
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