[sword-devel] CrossWire Server Problems
Troy A. Griffitts
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Fri Apr 17 17:54:01 MST 2009
Thanks for all the feeback guys.
I'm removed the line:
export JAVA_OPTS="-server -Xms4096m -Xmx8192m"
which was added recently along with the upgrade to JDK 1.6.0_13.
It is a 64bit JDK.
Yeah, I have no idea what the max numbers the JDK can take. We probably
should put SOMETHING in JAVA_OPTS, but just want to be sure this is the
problem and not the new JDK. So we'll run for a couple days and see if
things work ok again.
We've also added the -server flag, as can be seen in the line above. I
don't know exactly what this does, but saw it recommended on some sites
and sounded right for our application. :)
Please keep an eye out on the site and if anyone still needs to reset
tomcat to fix anything, please post so we know.
Regarding the log entry:
This is for our translation taglib we've written, which allows our site
to be translated into other languages, like:
It allows a translator to login and translate any of our pages, so
tomcat needs write access to these files to save the data from the
translator. trans_null is kindof a byproduct file when no locale is
specified. I suppose entries in here would override the default display
text, but is probably a bug in our taglib and should be fixed. But
regardless, it is a real permissions problem for the other trans_* files
in this folder if those sites want translation support turned on
(gobible in this case)
We haven't really taken advantage of this feature yet. Peter (refdoc)
has added a nice language picker on his updates to swordweb at:
and hopefully we can take advantage of this for our main crosswire and
sword pages. Maybe little flags and stuff :) Anyone know of a free use
set of little flag icons? :)
Thanks again for the feedback on tomcat. Hopefully we'll nail down the
exact problem. If things run smoothly now, we'll try adding back things
one at a time till we see what breaks.
Peter von Kaehne wrote:
> Since we got a new server there had been no tomcat problem until last
> few days. Then the problem suddenly happened several times in a row.
> As we have not changed much of the applications, nor (I do suspect) has
> the load not gone up, I think the problem must lie with whatever you did
> to tomcat itself recently i the update.
> I say this obviously with the privilege of the ignorant.
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