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A Little Debug Help? Please

Russell Ray
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I am trying to start my JBoss 4.0.5 Server. However, the log freezes after it gets pass the loading of the DB Source entry. This -ds.xml entry has not changed. Previously, we were able to start the server and complete the startup, so I am thinking there is something wrong with the deployed project. I need some help on where to look in the server area to figure out where the server is sticking. I am so new to JBOSS, I would appricate some kind words and suggestions :-)

Thank you for taking the time to read my post.

Russ
Jaikiran Pai
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However, the log freezes after it gets pass the loading of the DB Source entry.


The best thing you can do in such cases is to obtain thread dumps which will let you know what is stuck and where. Here's how you can obtain a thread dump:

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Russell Ray
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Jaikiran:

Thank you very much!

Russ
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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