I installed Tomcat 4.1 (unzipping) and using jdk 1.4. I set all necessary environment variables. Whenever I say "catalina run" to start tomcat the following exception is coming up. I am really upset because of this as I am doing important application development.
Unexpected Signal : EXCEPTION_FLT_STACK_CHECK (0xc0000092) occurred at PC=0xC1D052 Function=[Unknown.] Library=(N/A)
NOTE: We are unable to locate the function name symbol for the error just occurred. Please refer to release documentation for possible reason and solutions.
**************** Another exception has been detected while we were handling last error. Dumping information about last error: ERROR REPORT FILE = (N/A) PC = 0x00c1d052 SIGNAL = -1073741678 FUNCTION NAME = (N/A) OFFSET = 0xFFFFFFFF LIBRARY NAME = (N/A) Please check ERROR REPORT FILE for further information, if there is any. Good bye.
Can somebody suggest me an advice on this?
Thanks in advance, Surya.
Sai Surya, SCJP 5.0, SCWCD 5.0, IBM 833 834
http://sai-surya-talk.blogspot.com, I believe in Murphy's law.
Thanks for the reply. I am sure that the problem is NOT because of Tomcat version, the problem is environmental. I would like to know if anybody fixed/benefited from it (I know lot of people faced same problem).
Whenever I say "catalina run" to start tomcat the following exception is coming up.
Why aren't you using the startup script in tomcat/bin directory (startup.sh or startup.bat)?
I think Jan's point, which is a good one, is that you're going to be able to get a lot more help if you use a more recent version of Tomcat. Most of the old timers have left Tomcat 4x years ago and a lot of the knowledgeable new comers have never worked with it.
- After installing Tomcat 4.1, it ran for a week, after one day, suddenly I started getting the error I mentioned above. So, there is no mistake I did in configuration.
- The reason for not using startup.bat is, when I say startup from the command prompt, a new window is getting displayed and closed immediately, so I was not able to see the error for the first time. Then to see the actual error I used catalina run which starts tomcat in current window, so that I can see the error.
- Using 4.1 version is the recommendation from our client, they are insisting on that, I don't know why
I know lot of people faced this problem, because I googled it Most people were NOT facing the problem while working with Tomcat, but they are getting the same exception with other applications (JDBC, Weblogic etc).
The log directory under the Tomcat installation does not creating any log files. Everytime when I do fresh install (unzipping) of Tomcat, it is working fine for few days, and then the same problem arising.
I remeber, this problem was started when I installed Netbeans IDE 5.0 which I got for free from Netbeans web site. Is there any possibility that, netbeans eating up my JVM memory? I tried uninstalling netbeans also, still problem is there.