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JSP Kill Switch?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mark Vockler, Aug 12, 2001.

  1. Mark Vockler

    Mark Vockler Active Member

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    How do you eliminate JSP support entirely from the system? That is, remove the JSP plugin?

    Mark

    [Edited on 8/12/01 by Mark Vockler]
     
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    JeremyL Well-Known Member

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    Were you ever able to get it to work? I can\'t. See http://support.cpanel.net/new/viewthread.php?tid=11
     
  3. Mark Vockler

    Mark Vockler Active Member

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    JSP files work fine but not servlets. It\'s quite a resource hog, anyways. So unless you really think it\'s something that\'s worth your while or unless a less buggy plugin comes along, I wouldn\'t recommend spending too much time on it.

    Mark
     
  4. bdraco

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    [quote:92fdbec7a2]JSP files work fine but not servlets. It\'s quite a resource hog, anyways. So unless you really think it\'s something that\'s worth your while or unless a less buggy plugin comes along, I wouldn\'t recommend spending too much time on it.

    Mark [/quote:92fdbec7a2]

    Just
    rm -f /usr/sbin/*tomcat
    and remove the line from httpd.conf
     
  5. teck

    teck Well-Known Member

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    And don\'t forget to restart apache :)
     
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