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From André Warnier ...@ice-sa.com>
Subject Re: Possible Tomcat 8.0.3 issue
Date Thu, 13 Mar 2014 12:57:18 GMT
Daniel Mikusa wrote:
> On Mar 13, 2014, at 7:44 AM, Felipe Jaekel <fkjaekel@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> Yestarday my PrimeFaces applications started to crash. They didn't render
>> correctly and nothing worked.
>>
>> Chrome console output:
>>
>>> Resource interpreted as Stylesheet but transferred with MIME type
>>> text/plain: "
>>> http://spdata-apps.net/cliente/javax.faces.resource/theme.css.jsf?ln=primefaces-redmond".
>>> login.jsf:3
>>> Resource interpreted as Script but transferred with MIME type text/plain: "
>>> http://spdata-apps.net/cliente/javax.faces.resource/primefaces.js.jsf?ln=primefaces&v=4.0.9".
>>> login.jsf:3
>>> Resource interpreted as Image but transferred with MIME type text/plain: "
>>> http://spdata-apps.net/cliente/javax.faces.resource/loading26.gif.jsf?ln=image".
>>> login.jsf:22
>>> GET
>>> http://spdata-apps.net/cliente/javax.faces.resource/primefaces.css.jsf?ln=primefaces&v=4.0.9net::ERR_INVALID_CHUNKED_ENCODING
login.jsf:3
>>> Uncaught ReferenceError: PrimeFaces is not defined common.js.jsf?ln=js:1
>>> Uncaught ReferenceError: PrimeFaces is not defined login.jsf:22
>>> Uncaught ReferenceError: PrimeFaces is not defined login.jsf:39
>>> Uncaught ReferenceError: PrimeFaces is not defined login.jsf:48
>>> Uncaught ReferenceError: PrimeFaces is not defined login.jsf:48
>>> Uncaught ReferenceError: PrimeFaces is not defined login.jsf:48
>>> Uncaught ReferenceError: PrimeFaces is not defined login.jsf:49
>>> Uncaught ReferenceError: PrimeFaces is not defined login.jsf:22
>>
>> Every time I hit F5 the page render changed, but still corrupted, and the
>> console erros changed, but they were basically like above.
>>
>> Restarting the server solved the problem, and I never had this issue with
>> Tomcat 7.
>>
>> Any ideas?
> 
> Anything in the log files, like exceptions?
> 
> What do you see in the access logs?  Are requests hitting your Tomcat server?  What is
the status of those requests?  200, 4xx, 5xx?
> 

And maybe also : what was happening the day before yesterday, and what was changed on the

system between then and yesterday ?

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