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NameNotFoundException: 'jmxrmi' is obscuring lower level problems. The exception on one cassandra node went after a machine reboot (not all cassandra nodes needed the reboot to work though. On all machines i had to update java to oracle-java versions, all machines have had different java to begin with) The exception on another node went away after removing ...
I found this explanation from Mugurel Sumanariu very clear: VIRT stands for the virtual size of a process, which is the sum of memory it is actually using, memory it has mapped into itself (for instance the video card’s RAM for the X server), files on disk that have been mapped into it (most notably shared libraries), and memory shared with other ...
What kind of virtualization platform is your VPS running? What's happening I think is your process is overloading the server and the admins monitoring the node are killing it. Who's your webhost? :)
If it uses JNDI you need to set up the database connection in either server.xml or context.xml. As an administrator it is better to setup the database connection in server.xml, otherwise you end up unpacking and packing the WAR-file before each deployment. Open server.xml. There should be a section called GlobalNamingResources. Here you add your database ...
When you change your JDK/JRE there are a few places where you might need to update it to work properly. Make sure it's using the correct version (check with ps).
First of all, this question has to be asked on StackOverflow, not on ServerFault. The error 403 Forbidden indicates that you don't have enough permissions to write to the particular repository subtree. You can't solve the problem yourself and you should contact repository administrator or manager for assistance with this. The bottom line is you don't have ...
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