ChrisB. on 30 Sep 2004 19:01:03 -0000

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RE: [PLUG] Java/Tomcat/Lucene

In my limited experience with Tomcat I do believe there do include more then
a few examples of jsp pages, etc. Do those exist? Try and run one, see what
it does... I chose the trial and error method of getting Tomcat 2.0 to work
about 2 years ago, it was a bit of a 'rats nest' but eventually I got it all
ironed out. Don't fret, if there is a group of people who will help you with
all of this, it's this list!


-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Dayton Gray
Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2004 2:59 PM
Subject: RE: [PLUG] Java/Tomcat/Lucene

On Thu, 30 Sep 2004 14:42:12 -0400, Aaron Crosman wrote
> >For my $0.02 worth, you can make sure it is running by browsing to port
> >8080 on the box. I am 99% sure Tomcat default's to this port once 
> >installed. If you see the "Congrats!" page then Tomcat is up and
> running.
> >
> >I hope my small bit helps! Good luck!
> I should have said before.  I'm running Tomcat 5.0
> I tried going to 8080 and I got nothing (no errors, just a blank 
> page). I assume that's bad.  So it looks like I have a problem on 
> top of confusion.  There are several processes for Tomcat when I run 
> ps afx that look like this (or child processes). jsvc.exec -user 
> tomcat -home /usr/lib/SunJava2-1.4.2 
> -Dcatalina.home=/usr/share/tomcat

A blank page may not be such a bad thing. Try using netstat -pan | grep java

That should tell you what port the ugly thing is listening on.


Dayton Gray
dgray &at& omnio () com

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