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Oct
21
comment Jboss + mod_rewrite =?
I am as certain as it is possible to be with these things is that it is not an issue with the regex; regardless of the expression used they do not affect URLs returned through mod_jk. Prior to posting I have tried a large number of regexs including your example. In all cases they affect URLs returned by apache but not those by mod_jk. For clarity I have added in example URLs.
Oct
21
revised Jboss + mod_rewrite =?
Example URLs provided on request
Oct
20
comment Jboss + mod_rewrite =?
Unfortunately this isn't a regex issue. I am bouncing every URL as that is my intention however URLs returned by mod_jk are not re-written; I suspect this may have something to do with the precedence of mod_rewrite vs mod_jk however I really don't have any evidence to back that up. Re-writes of image URLs are performed correctly and are in the same position as the index.jsp which is not re-written at all (but should be).
Oct
20
asked Jboss + mod_rewrite =?
Oct
14
comment What happens to a deleted file still subject to redirection on linux?
I suspected as much but wasn't incredibly sure about that been the case. Interesting point about lsof to find them, regardless they will be permanently unlinked when that process dies... I think. At the end of this day I just used "echo > nohup.out" which reset the file back to 0 but didn't break the handle which solved the expansion without leaving a ghost file around that would continue to grow.
Oct
14
accepted What happens to a deleted file still subject to redirection on linux?
Oct
14
asked What happens to a deleted file still subject to redirection on linux?
Oct
12
answered /var a file and not a folder
Oct
7
comment MRTG Monitoring of Disk
likely this is the direction I'll head; I'm not fixated on MRTG; mostly it just bugs me I've never been able to get it working.
Oct
6
asked MRTG Monitoring of Disk
Jun
29
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18
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Jun
18
comment OpenCMS throwing Java Exception on TomCat Start
this is likely what the kind soul who set up the machine realised and never documented. Thus OpenEJB was deployed after start up which caused issues on restarts.
Jun
18
accepted OpenCMS throwing Java Exception on TomCat Start
Jun
12
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Jun
12
answered OpenCMS throwing Java Exception on TomCat Start
Jun
12
comment OpenCMS throwing Java Exception on TomCat Start
I've removed temp files from /usr/local/tomcat5.5/work/Catalina/localhost/OpenCMS and bounced the server to no joy unfortunately.
Jun
12
revised OpenCMS throwing Java Exception on TomCat Start
more errors
Jun
12
comment OpenCMS throwing Java Exception on TomCat Start
ok, thank you for that, will see what I can do, but the fact the error remains when i redeploy the app from the war is confusing.
Jun
12
comment OpenCMS throwing Java Exception on TomCat Start
I've tried redeploying the app from the .war and hit the same error. I've tried a working backup from a tar.gz and that throws the same unfortunately. The server has had nothing but graceful shutdowns and the log opencms s of don't seem to indicate any trauma last time it went down. I'm not a java programmer though so what in that error leads you to believe there is a corrupt file?