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JRun problem


Joined: Apr 20, 2001
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We maintain two webservers ( Windows NT 4.0 ), Both has upto 10 sites in each. Some of our clients has JSP pages for which we had to go for Jrun 3.0. I also installed the connector for IIS to make JSP pages to run. everything's working fine but every 3-4 hours the JRun's default server service stope automatically and i get to know about that through our clients as they call up and say that their sites are not working, I am unable to give them excuses.
And on the other webserver it gives an Dr.Watson error of JAVAW.EXE atleast once a day. I have to solve the problem but unable to trace out the problem. I also istalled the connector ( JRun and IIS) twice but it did not work. I installed JDK 1.2 as i came to know that JAVAW.EXE is an application related to JDK 1.2. Even though it does not stop giving those errors. Can any one give any advice about this. I hope you guys will help me out.

Take care.
[This message has been edited by sundeep (edited April 20, 2001).]
David Freels
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Joined: Feb 01, 2001
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Have you applied the service packs for JRun 3.0 or upgrade to 3.1

Joined: Apr 20, 2001
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Originally posted by David Freels:
Have you applied the service packs for JRun 3.0 or upgrade to 3.1

manav kher
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Joined: Nov 21, 2000
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check the logs...that is the first thing you should do when a web/app server dies abruptly
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