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The new release version kills Tomcat...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by driverC, Aug 19, 2005.

  1. driverC

    driverC Well-Known Member

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    I have Tomcat on 4 servers. On three of them I installed Tomcat using Cpanel's auto install feature. On the other one a sysadmin installed it for me.

    The one where my sysadmin installed it without using Cpanel's auto install feature Tomcat is still working. However, on the other three servers where I used Cpanel to install Tomcat it has stopped working once I installed to latest release version.

    Any ideas how to solve this ?
     
  2. driverC

    driverC Well-Known Member

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    By the way, reinstalling Tomcat using the auto install feature doesn`t work either: When I try to install Tomcat it shows the license agreement and stops in the line where it says something like "III You must refer to this Software as". Then the auto install feature simply stops.
     
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    make an ps ax and you will see second times

    Code:
    11129 ?        S      0:00 /usr/bin/perl ./install
    12038 ?        S      0:00 /usr/bin/perl ./install
    Kill the last of them and the install goes on. :)
     
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    Tomcat stopped working after the 10.6 update. My uninstall and reinstall work. However, Tomcat is still failing.
     
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    We have the same problem.
    Any idea?

    Paulo
     
  6. Craigles

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    Hi,

    Just thought would put my hand up as well. Seems to have happened to me as well.
    Have tried multiple re-installs of tomcat and even restarted the whole server.

    And my other issue is the cpservd daemon keeps on sending tomcat failure notifications. I've tried restarting it, no go.

    Anyone have any ideas at all?

    Thanks very much.

    Craig
     
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    darkelder Well-Known Member

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    darkelder Well-Known Member

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    thanks :D
     
  11. darkelder

    darkelder Well-Known Member

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    Does it fixed your tomcat problem?
     
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    same problem -- now fixed

    Hi guys,

    same problem when i upgraded to 10.8 centos tomcat has failed

    and the troubleshooint fixed it. the only difference is that i did not remove tomcat as it seems installed completely but wont start so i started with this line in the guide

    1) Fixing jsvc
    We need to compile manually jsvc since Cpanel Tomcat installer are bugged while trying to compile it.

    cd /usr/local/jakarta/tomcat/bin
    cd jsvc-src/
    ./configure
    make
    killall jsvc
    cp jsvc ../

    2) Making sure Tomcat is running and apache is restarted
    /scripts/restartsrv_tomcat
    service httpd restart

    now :8080 is responding! and client scripts are working again! after a while the service is listed as UP in the service status of whm

    hope this helps!

    stacman
     
  13. darkelder

    darkelder Well-Known Member

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    I spent 3 days to find that solution.
     
  14. FeeL

    FeeL Well-Known Member

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    Best Solution!

    This solution is the best!

    BUT if you :
    WHM -> Account Functions -> Install Servlets -> (Add a domain)

    Everithing gets messed up again...

    I Hope CPanel Fix this BUG ASAP!
     
  15. luna

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    Hi,

    Thanks a lot!!
    This is the best post on Tomcat and should be sticky!! :)
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Well, since it's beta you can expect problems. It would make sense to post a bugzilla entry if you haven't as yet to bring it to cPanels attention.
     
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    I am having the same issues.. I raised a bug for it..
     
  18. oderland

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    Hi I followed the guide but it did not work for us. Several tomcat servers are down .
    Anyone know hos to fix this error message:

    *** Java compilation tools ***
    checking for javac... /usr/local/jdk/bin/javac
    checking wether the Java compiler (/usr/local/jdk/bin/javac) works... no
    configure: error: installation or configuration problem: javac cannot compile


    % /usr/local/jdk/bin/javac
    Error occurred during initialization of VM
    Could not reserve enough space for object heap
    Could not create the Java virtual machine.


    any clue?
     
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    Hi,

    I agree with darkelder.
    It includes all the necessary information on Tomcat as long as I investigated this forum when you face error.
     
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