Thanks for your mail.
To reference your points :
1. checked the log files, and jvm was core dumping almost
2. put myself in group: www and gave group write
3. I didnt see anything about ssl.
I build jdk1.1.3 using the port /usr/ports/java/jdk13 and
what this does is install 2 directories in /usr/local
drwxr-xr-x 9 root wheel 512 Feb 11 21:37 jdk1.3.1
drwxr-xr-x 9 root wheel 512 Feb 11 12:25
my JAVA_HOME env variable had been pointing to
/usr/local/jdk1.3.1, I changed it to use the linux binary,
which was /usr/local/linux-sun...
and it worked. So it didnt like something about the freebsd
native binary. I do not kow if others have come across this
problem. My freebsd version is:
java version "1.3.1-p7"
Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build
Classic VM (build 1.3.1-p7-jklowden-030211-12:38, green
The linux binary says:Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment,
Standard Edition (build 1.3.1_06-b01)
Classic VM (build 1.3.1_06-b01, green threads, nojit)
Maybe this can help someone who has a similar problem.
> > bin/startup.sh, I notice the cpu and memory for the
> > process start rising up and in about 2 minutes, the
> > aborts adn i have a core file, java.core in my
> > $CATALINA_HOME/bin directory.
> > What am i doing wrong. I do not have another server
> > on port 8080.
> These are the two things that I find are the cause of
> core dumps:
> 1. Check $CATALINA_HOME/logs for a hint. File access
> are a common failure point.
> 2. Check $CATALINA_HOME/conf/server.xml to see if you
> have the
> https connector enabled without having SSL
> properly setup.
> For #1, the port will install everything with the www:www
> That means that if you're trying to start as your logged
> in user, you
> generally won't have write permission in the logs (or any
> directory. That will cause Tomcat to crash.
> If this is the case,
> chmod -R g+w $CATALINA_HOME
> and be sure that your user is a member of the www group.
> For #2, follow the SSL enabling instructions explained in
> tomcat-documentation (or something similar) context. If
> it's on your
> local computer, you can browse the documentation
> directly. If it's on
> a remote machine, lynx or w3m (both in ports) will allow
> you to view
> the documentation without having to startup Tomcat.
> Hope this helps.
> Michael Westbay
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