Tomcat work flowview story

http://serverfault.com – Can anybody tell me what all the internal process happening after we start tomcat(using startup.bat)? can anybody explain the step by step flow of how tomcat works? something like this.. 1.deployment discriptor is looked in. etc etc (HowTos)

No yum repos on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.2 (Tikanga)view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.2 (Tikanga) system and there is only one repository named rhel-debuginfo.repo and it doesn't seem to work either. Could you point me out some default yum repositories needed for maintaining a development system (which includes svn, mvn, httpd, tomcat etc.) Thanks in advanced. (HowTos)

Unable to access tomcat using IP address of fedora system(Guest OS in windows7)view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hello all, I am new to fedora. Please rectify my mistakes, if i ask any thing wrong. I have installed fedora 16 as a guest OS in window 7 using Oracle Virtual box. I have installed tomcat in fedora 16. I am able to access it from the local machine (i.e. like localhost:8080), but when i am trying to access it from other computer (i.e. (HowTos)

Solaris 10 VMs hang after about a weekview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi all, We're been having issues with quite a few Solaris 10 VMs hanging after about a week of uptime. These VMs are running on VMware ESXi 4.1 U1 hosts and the issue does not occur on any specific host. We also running CentOS VMs and are not experiencing any issues with those VMs. The VMs that are experiencing this issue are running a few different patch levels. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Too many open files problems on Ubuntu Serverview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am running a rational Jazz Team Server - and it is hosted within tomcat. When running the server I very very very frequently get the following errors: java.util.zip.ZipException: Too many open files basically - I need to raise the limits for the amount of open files I can have in my system. (Hardware)

ipfw not delaying requests on localhost (OS X)view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm trying to add some latency to a connection to a webapp running on localhost:8080 (Tomcat). I've tried adding the following: sudo ipfw pipe 1 config delay 500ms sudo ipfw add 1 pipe 1 dst-port 8080 But in the browser I'm watching requests to the webapp turnaround in under 10ms according to the browser's debugger. (HowTos)

adding a global URI prefix for Tomcat web appsview story

http://serverfault.com – I am setting up a reverse proxy configuration where all requests whose path starts with '/apps/' should be proxied by Apache to Tomcat. This IMO has 2 benefits: it makes it possible to reserve proxying to only the '/apps/' part of the URI space, and to use only a single proxy rule for all Tomcat apps (i.e. (HowTos)

Tomcat Solr times outview story

http://serverfault.com – (Plesk 10.4 centos 5.8 linux apache2 server, with Tomcat5 on port 8080 and Apache Solr) I get "The connection has timed out" on requesting domain.com:8080 or www.domain.com:8080 or ip.ad.dr.ess:8080 Every reason I can find why this might be seems not to be the case: Plesk thinks Tomcat is running fine and lists it as an active service. The firewall currently has an accept all rule on port 8080 (HowTos)

Configuring Tomcat to not load web-app automatically at start upview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a Java web app which I'm deploying using Tomcat but I'm having some trouble with this. The problem is that my web app has to talk to some native libraries (via JNI) and those libraries do not handle errors that gracefully so if I try to start Tomcat and the native calls fail Tomcat startup halts partway through and does not start. What I would like to do is have Tomcat not start this web (HowTos)

Port forwardingview story

http://serverfault.com – I have question regarding ssh port forwarding. So i have local machine which has ssh access to server1. Server1 has access to Server2 with tomcat running on port 5050. So how can i can connect to that tomcat on port 5050 on my local machine in the browser? Thanks. (HowTos)