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Yes you can run the smaller drivers on newer java versions. It is just that ojdbc14.jar does not contain JDBC3 and JDBC4 features. You have to differentiate between runtime and compile time. At runtime you can use ojdbc14.jar in a JRE6 as long as your app code is not using JDBC4 features. If you want to use ojdbc14.jar in the buildpath you might experience ...


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Well, let's look at some bigger picture issues before getting into JRun configuration details. If you're getting java.lang.OutOfMemoryError exceptions in the JRun error log, well, you're out of memory. No upvote for that, please ;-). You didn't say whether you were running 32- or 64-bit Windows, but you did say that you have 8 GB of RAM, so that will have ...


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Answer would by typical: FusionReactor is your friend. Last time I had such problem with Jrun caused by endless loop in a buggy piece of code, FR saved me.


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You could increase the amount of RAM allocated to the JRUN server. Go into the ColdFusion Administrator/JRUN Admin and increase the maximum size allocated to the CF Server. Someone is using the GraphicsMagick library on the server and may be trying to process too large of an image causing the JVM to run out of memory. Or locate the source of the ...


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Odd that you would need to apply the JRun updater when things are installed under CFUSION. Are you sure you're running the Enterprise CF using JRun? Because standard (or single instance) ColdFusion will install using JRun, but in those cases you don't update using the JRun updaters. As far as I've ever seen you only need to apply the CF patches and not ...


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Is this a public website or an interanet/extranet site? Has the problem been going on for a while or just sudenly start? What version of ColdFusion are you using? Assuming this is a public website I'd recommend looking at your access logs or look at mod_status (ExtendedInfo enabled) to see what URLs are being requested. Its possible you have an attack or ...


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Make sure that the settings in jrun-web.xml and jrun.xml reflects your CF admin or code settings. In my experience they don't always sync properly.


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You have to add the following to the java.args in the jvm.config file: -Dcoldfusion.disablejsafe=true After this, the built-in Webserver of ColdFusion 9 will accept the SSL request on Port 9100.


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It is one of the ISAPI filter connector files between IIS and the JRun server that ColdFusion sits on top of. IIS hands off requests to the ISAPI filter for processing, which funnels them to JRun, which in turn hands them to ColdFusion to execute. If your site is not running any ColdFusion files (.cfm files) then you can safely remove that ISAPI filter ...


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I would advise a tool such as FusionReactor or SeeFusion for debugging ColdFusion stability problems. In my experience, crashes are related to memory allocation issues (not enough, too much, garbage collector settings, etc.). It also depends on what your application is doing and how many concurrent threads you have ColdFusion set to run. The tools ...


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Turns out that connecting with a user having no password worked. After looking at MySQL documentation and trying out a few things, I still couldn't get passwords to work, even using "OLD_PASSWORD()". Guess I'm stuck with a password-less login for now.


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What you are seeing in that graph looks like a memory issue with the JVM. I would start by increasing your young generation size so that large variables/objects can remain in young generation without being promoted. The drops are when the major GC happens which clears things out. Here is an excellent article on the topic that should be able to help you get ...


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Sounds like jrun is not running. Check your running processes, if it's not there - try starting it manually. If that fails & it's still not there, check your error logs to see why. [what is the environment?] -sean



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