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Failed to install Tomcat

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by anton_latvia, Aug 24, 2006.

  1. anton_latvia

    anton_latvia Well-Known Member
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    Hi,
    I am trying to install Tomcat on Centos 4.3 64-bit edition. Actually I simply selected it in "Addon modules" and waited until script finished. I can see, that there is file /usr/sbin/starttomcat, but when I execute it I don't get any output and no processes are started. I think I am missing something - can anyone tell me what? :) Should I install JSDK first?

    Thanks in advance..
     
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    I have the same issue ..

    Any sugestions are appreciate ...

    Thanks in advance,

    BoB
     
  3. anton_latvia

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    I opened support ticket, but haven't got any response for now. (2 days already)
     
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    damn! Does that mean I can not run Tomcat on 64-bit OS? Hm.. or may be there is 64-bit version for jsvc?
     
  5. bobin

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    The problem is tomcat is stop at checking architecture x86_64 ...

    The compilation of jsvc tell that x86_64 is not supported ... :rolleyes: :rolleyes: ...

    If i go to /usr/local/jakarta/tomcat/bin/jsvc-src and run ./configure ... i got the error:

    configure: error: Unsupported CPU architecture "x86_64"


    That´s the main problem, without jsvc cpanel cannot start tomcat ...

    Please tell to us ... when cPanel support answers your question ...

    :cool: :cool: ...

    BoB
     
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    i´m editing some files of jsvc for trying to do the compilation in x86_64 ...

    If i had some success ... i´ll post here ...

    C-ya,

    BoB
     
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    cpanel said:

    This was occuring due to issues between the jsvc source distributed with tomcat and x86_64 systems. I downloaded and installed the latest jsvc source, and was able to start tomcat after doing so.
     
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    @rviradia

    i'm new at centos, only with suse, i have the same problem with tomcat.
    can u tell me exactly what u have done?

    thnx
    Horst
     
    #8 hlederhaas, Sep 22, 2006
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    Hi guys,

    Did anybody had a workaround for this issue? I can't get pass the ./configure stage, I also have 64bit opterons. To those who were able to fix this, please share your solution. I and the people who have this issue will sure greatly appreciate it. :)

    TIA,


    jan
     
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    jsvc-source download

    I am wondering where exactly you downloaded this newer version from. I am trying to look in the tomcat distribution files and I am not seeing this.
     
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