I hav followed Your
How to Deploy Java Applications - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation
My - Removed - is resideing at atomcat webhotel.
that is I can only edit the htaccess
To be honest, I do not know how to ask the right question
My tomcat app work fine on my local...
I need to install jenkins and so I need to upgrade java to version 1.8, but I saw in the forum (upgrade to Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.8) that this can cause problems with easyapache.
In the forum, the user reports problems with easyapache3. Although we use easyapache4, I was...
Please let me know that How to updated java version to 8 or 9? I see my java version is 1.8.0
[[email protected] ~]# java -version
openjdk version "1.8.0_161"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_161-b14)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.161-b14, mixed mode)
[[email protected] ~]#
But we need update to...
my cpanel server did the latest update automatically, and how it has the cPanel & WHM 64.0 (build 13) version.
When I check => Home »System Health »Process Manager
the first proccess I always see is by user cpanelsolr and the command is:
/usr/lib/jvm/jre-1.8.0/bin/java -server -Xms512m...
I want to run a JSP and servlets from my server with WHM (CentOS 11.52v) but till i understand i need to install java for run this kind of sites, and use Tomcat.
But theres another option? and how shoud i do install java and tomcat?
Have the same problem but only on Java FTP clients. Connections are all using explicit FTP over TLS. Do not have CXS installed but do have CSF/LFD.
grep CallUpload /etc/pure-ftpd.conf
Also, I am able to successfully connect, but I am unable to actually upload any file...
Hello, I am new to this forum and this was the first time I was going to use SSH on cPanel. When I tried loading SSH on cPanel, I got an error from Java telling me that even though the domain name (my cPanel domain name) is listed on my exception list, "the application refers to resources on...
Hi cPanel Guru's,
I am new to this world of cPanel and Web Hosting.
I have a web application developed in Java. I uploaded it to /home/<myAccount>/public_html/ and the path looks like /home/myAccount/public_html/MyJavaWebApp
The application is deployed on Apache Tomcat 7.0
I am able to...
Recently I saw some benchmarks that really opened my eyes on our ability to get Ruby on Rails apps running at about the same speed as Go. Of course if you know anything about Go, you know that that is incredibly impressive since Go's target is C/C++ performance and is only about 10-20% off from...
I have java installed on my local machine and it's up to date.
Not only that, but my hosting company verified that it doesn't work for them either any more.
It worked fine for years but now all of a sudden nobody can see my countdown.
I copied the following from my index.html that I got from the...
In my public_html I have placed both my jar file and my webclient.html.
When I run my webclient.html in my html code editor I get this error:
ClassNotFoundException - Loader.class
And when I run the webclient.html on my webpage I get this error:
Incompatible magic value 1008813135...
I administer my own cpanel server, I have some linux experience. I wanted to know whether its possible to host java applications from cpanel.
Im particular I need to host this script:
Cyclos - Open source on-line banking software
Thanks for help in advance.
When ran as a user..
Error occurred during initialization of VM
Could not reserve enough space for object heap
Could not create the Java virtual machine.
When ran as root it runs just fine. How do I adjust this or fix? This is a dedicated server. CentOS 4 gigs of ram quad core
I'm trying to use PHP's shell_exec to execute the "java" command (call a Java code from PHP). Using cPanel, WHM, etc. and am a root user.
Executing "java" fails and apparently this is because the virtual memory is limited. This is what ulimited -a looks like from the PHP via shell_exec:
Thank you in advance for your help.
I have installed
Is there anyway, i can find the root path for those installations ?
I did install them in WHMcpanel at Main >> Software >> Install a RPM.
I do ssh #java -version and I get...
A while ago I installed tomcat using easy apache for a client. It's no longer needed, and I'd like to reclaim the space it occupies.
Is it safe just to remove the jdk and tomcat folders? Or is there a more WHM friendly way?
Note: I have already recompiled apache without mod_jk and stopped...
I´m running in my dedicated server a xmpp java server - openfire.
Yesterday I´ve upgraded from cpanel 11.23 to the last stable 11.25. Openfire was running smootly in my server(with 2G of RAM) for 3 years,
but yesterday when I tried to reboot I´ve come across an error stating