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From: James Smith <jims@beacon-ct.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 1999 09:53:34 -0500 (EST)
Message-ID: <313D04F3C8A6D11199450020AFF2F807072F54@defiant.beacon-ct.co.uk>
To: "'www-jigsaw@w3.org'" <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
i'd like to have a different set of configs to the default ones so instead
of running in d:/wwwservers/jigsaw/jigsaw i've created 
a directory d:/wwwservers/jigsaw/beacon and run install in there

i've repeatedly run install in this new directory and heeded all the
warnings, creating necessary directories and copying .zip and .props files
from the master setup zip file until install is happy

however, when i run jigsaw, it doesn't like the lack of a log directory. i
know the documentation says i've got to make one but since install is good
at picking up all the other stuff, why not let it detect this aswell? the
code's easy to change, could i post the revision somewhere?

having created the full directory structure and copied all the necessary
files, i run jigsaw from the new directory with -root
d:/wwwservers/jigsaw/beacon and get the following if i request a page from
the server:

--
Invalid URL
The URL http://icecube:8001/ that you requested is not available for this
protocol.
--

this is presumably because there's nothing in my
d:/wwwservers/jigsaw/beacon/www directory. now, when i ran install it popped
up a couple of messages, one of which told me to use this -root option. but
if i'm running the server from this directory anyway, is this option
strictly necessary? 

also, jigsaw pops up the following messages when i run it now:

--

loading properties from: D:\wwwservers\jigsaw\beacon\config\server.props
*** salvaging resource manager state...
*** resource store state salvaged, using: 0
Jigsaw[2.0.1]: serving at http://icecube:8001/
*** salvaging resource manager state...
*** resource store state salvaged, using: 0
*** Warning : no logger specified, not logging.
Jigadm[2.0.1]: serving at http://icecube:8009/

--

what's all this 'salvaging...' about? i've obviously made some wrong
assumptions somewhere, but can't quite work out which.

one more thing, there are around thirty deprecations when i compile it all.
any plans to update these?

cheers,

jim
Received on Thursday, 11 March 1999 10:06:56 GMT

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