From: Havard Bell <HB<ell@in...> - 2003-04-16 07:57:43
Thanks for great feedback and hints in various emails on this list.
I finally got around to setting up Tomcat 4.06, as suggested, and the problems went completely away. The little testing I have done so far shows no signs of problems whatsoever.
Hopefully I will be able to get some more time to study Dspace from now on.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tansley, Robert [mailto:robert.tansley@...]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 6:53 AM
> To: Havard Bell; dspace-tech@...
> Subject: RE: [Dspace-tech] RE: Absolute url (
> http:www.dspace.orgdspace-tag s.tl d ) cannot be resolved
> How are people getting on now? One thought that struck me
> was that if you are using the Tomcat RPM, presumably the RPM
> decides which user Tomcat runs as. Tomcat and DSpace need to
> be the same user for everything to work smoothly. The
> install guide did mention this but only very briefly, the
> next documentation update will make this clearer.
> Is anyone getting the same problem with the standard binary
> distribution of Tomcat? It's as easy to install as the RPM
> and it works fine for us.
> Robert Tansley Hewlett-Packard Laboratories (+1) 617 551 7624
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Havard Bell [mailto:HBell@...]
> > Sent: 07 February 2003 02:46
> > To: dspace-tech@...
> > Subject: [Dspace-tech] RE: Absolute url (
> > http:www.dspace.orgdspace-tag s.tl d ) cannot be resolved
> > > Have you folks managed to resolve this issue? Restarting
> Tomcat is
> > > always a good place to start.
> > I had the exact same problem as described, also running on a
> > Debian 3.0 system. To "resolve" it, I had to turn of tomcat
> > security, by editing the file etcdefaulttomcat4, and
> > setting TOMCAT4_SECURITY="no".
> > Obviously this is not ideal for a production system, and I
> > have no idea of the consequences this may have either. Any
> > comments on this is most welcome.
> > The next problem I ran into was that I cannot create a
> > community. I get a friendly error message from DSpace itself,
> > but cannot find the root of the problem. DSpace says the
> > error is logged, but where would this be?
> > Anyways, I just got this working, so I will look through some
> > more documentation on this. The answers I seek may be there.
> > ~ Hav.
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