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fang eve
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My tomcat is install in linux, but it will down very often, how can i check the time that it is down, and also find out what error causes it. Just want to check will logging failed cause the tomcat server to be down?
 
Mike Noel
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You'll get a much better response by posting this in the Apache/Tomcat forum or the tomcat-users mailing list (see the apache site http://tomcat.apache.org/lists.html for this info).

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Moving to the Tomcat forum.
 
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Have you read the logs under {tomcat install}/logs?
It's rare that Tomcat will die without logging something.
 
fang eve
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Ya i read through all the logs, but don't seem to have any problem. I look through catalina.out also, but cant seem to find the problem.
I also have read through server.xml to check the connection timeout, it was set correctly.

I was puzzled why the tomcat is down so often, is like 1 hour will down once. This there any java functions that can trace the tomcat connection time.
 
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