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From Ben Kelley <ben_kel...@wdr.com>
Subject Re: mod_jserv/4790: ajp11: cannot scan servlet headers inmod_jserv.log
Date Wed, 04 Aug 1999 02:10:01 GMT
The following reply was made to PR mod_jserv/4790; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Ben Kelley <ben_kelley@wdr.com>
To: jon * <jon@clearink.com>
Cc: apbugs@hyperreal.org
Subject: Re: mod_jserv/4790: ajp11: cannot scan servlet headers inmod_jserv.log
Date: Wed, 04 Aug 1999 10:54:17 +1000

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 Hi.
 
 OK - I have had a play with the new version (Apache-JServ-19990802). I had a
 few problems building it:
 
    * line 429 of jserv_ajpv12.c has a C++ style comment. My C compiler (gcc
      2.6.3) barfed on this, but easily fixed.
    * the Makefile for src/c now requires gnu make where it didn't before - no
      problem as I have gnu make
 
 Basically, I couldn't get it to work correctly. Once running, when I try to
 fetch the SnoopServlet, I just get continual (like, generated once every
 second) messages in my jserv.log file like:
 
 > [03/08/1999 20:50:05:299 EDT] Connection from localhost/127.0.0.1
 > [03/08/1999 20:50:05:302 EDT] Initializing servlet request
 > [03/08/1999 20:50:05:302 EDT] Reading request data
 > [03/08/1999 20:50:08:309 EDT] Connection from localhost/127.0.0.1
 > [03/08/1999 20:50:08:312 EDT] Initializing servlet request
 > [03/08/1999 20:50:08:312 EDT] Reading request data
 > [03/08/1999 20:50:12:002 EDT] Connection from localhost/127.0.0.1
 > [03/08/1999 20:50:12:047 EDT] Initializing servlet request
 > [03/08/1999 20:50:12:047 EDT] Reading request data
 >
 And the browser never gets the servlet output back.
 
 The initialisation messages in jserv.log are as follows. Note that I have
 disabled class reloading, and that I am using port 9007 rather than 8007. (I
 have a web server already using 8007 running JServ 1.0 that I don't want to
 kill.) I have set this new port in both jserv.conf and 9007.
 
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:135 EDT] ApacheJServ/1.0.1-dev-1 is starting...
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:142 EDT] WARNING: connection authentication is disabled
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:244 EDT] Connection allowed from localhost/127.0.0.1
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:246 EDT] Listening on port 9007 accepting 5 maximum connections
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:565 EDT] Creating Servlet Zones
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:571 EDT] Servlet Zone root initializing...
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:576 EDT]  - Using configuration file: /home/ben/apache/conf/jserv/zone.properties
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:693 EDT] Initialisation timeout: 10 seconds
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:698 EDT] Destroy timeout: 10 seconds
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:703 EDT] Session timeout: 1800 seconds
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:703 EDT] New session timeout: 1800 seconds
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:703 EDT] Session check frequency: 30 seconds
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:705 EDT] Autoreload on zone file changes: false
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:705 EDT] Autoreload on classfile changes: false
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:716 EDT] Default initArgs: {}
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:26:748 EDT] Servlet Zone root initialization complete
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:33:725 EDT] Initializing servlet request
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:33:725 EDT] Reading request data
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:33:751 EDT] Connection from localhost/127.0.0.1
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:36:749 EDT] Connection from localhost/127.0.0.1
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:36:753 EDT] Initializing servlet request
 > [03/08/1999 20:46:36:753 EDT] Reading request data
 >
 
 Any clues as to what is happening here?
 
             - Ben Kelley.
 
 >
 
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 Ben Kelley - ben_kelley@wdr.com         Ph +61 2 9324 2382
 Java Architect - Equities IT - Warburg Dillon Read
 
 throw new UserErrorException("User Error: " +
     "Replace user and press <enter> to continue");
 
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