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Re: Runaway CgiResource Problem

From: Bruce Nelson (bnelson) <bnelson@www.css.filenet.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Oct 1996 07:06:42 -0700 (PDT)
To: Anselm Baird-Smith <abaird@w3.org>
Cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Message-Id: <Pine.A32.3.91.961009070220.28178B-100000@www.css.filenet.com>
I'm sorry for being unclear, I am having the problem with 1.0 alpha3
Since I didn't have have access to alpha2 I am still trying to work out
the differences (the documentation seems out of sync) but we have had
very good success with alpha1 and Lincoln Stein's CGI.pm perl stuff


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On Wed, 9 Oct 1996, Anselm Baird-Smith wrote:

> Bruce Nelson writes:
>  > I seem to have stumbled across a problem with CgiResouce.
>  > 
>  > CGI applications are running ok but after about 10-15
>  > seconds my CPU starts getting taken over by the java process
>  > running Jigsaw. I can stop it with Admin/Exit if I hurry but after
>  > a short time the process locks up. I have tried to trace it but it
>  > seems that trace does nothing either. This problem happens with
>  > any CGI (CgiResource) application (PERL, C, Shell) the behavior is
>  > the same. You can access other documents run the CGI again
>  > or whatever until the java process locks up at the CPUs. I have 
>  > tested this problem out and seems to occur with AIX (IBM) Java
>  > 102B (JITC)and 1.02C.(JITC) or without JITC enabled. The server
>  > this is running on is a IBM G30 (two-way) with AIX 4.1.4 We have
>  > had pretty good susess with Jigsaw Alpha 1. using Java 1.02B(JITC).
> Have you upgraded to 1.0alpha3 (which contains a number of
> enhancements to CgiResource) ? I have tested CGI support on Windows
> and solaris (all scripts that comes with the latest CGI perl module
> work), but not on AIX...
> Anselm.
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