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Re: new Jigsaw release 2.0.4

From: Niklas Wiberg <e95_nwi@it.kth.se>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 08:09:11 -0500 (EST)
Message-ID: <388C4EA0.A6FAFF5C@it.kth.se>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
I think I have solved the problem. The thing seems to be NOT to use the
save button in Jigadmin. If I don't use that button but instead only
uses JigKill to save and stop, the server will exit just fine.
It also proxies now - the problem with that was that the "Max
connections" property doesn't default to 5 as it says in the
documentation but to 0 (zero).

By the way - can someone explain why I won't get any mails from the
list. I have subscribed and confirmed and I must be a member since my
mails reach the archive. My ISP does not have any mail filters...

Best regards
Niklas Wiberg

> I can't get jigsaw 2.0.4 to work as a proxy. I previously used the
> jigsaw_proxy_2.0.2 and that one worked ok with the 2.0.3 zip and jar's.
> Now, I thought I should get the 2.0.4 version to work as a proxy, even
> though it's not pre-configured as one. I followed the instructions
> (http://www.w3.org/Jigsaw/Doc/User/proxy.html) exactly. (even re-did it
> three times). I run jigadmin from an NT box since I don't have swing on
> the server.
> The problem is that the server won't shut down completely after the
> proxy config procedure. I run JigKill --save --stop on it and it says
> that it (jigsaw) and jigadmin are shutting down ("done"). (JigKill says:
> Servers saved. Servers killed)
> However, the processes (every thread is a process in Linux) lives on. I
> have to kill it with ^C.
> The next time I start it, it still won't proxy. It serves the default
> document, though.
> If I telnet to it and do: "GET http://www.w3.org/ HTTP/1.0" and
> <RET><RET>, it doesn't respond or close the connection. If I do: "GET /
> HTTP/1.0" and <RET><RET>, it behaves ok.
> But it still won't shut down as I described.
> 
> I run IBM's Java 1.1.8 for Linux on RedHat 6.0.
> 
> Could this be a bug in Jigsaw 2.0.4, the documentation, Jigadmin 2.0.4
> or IBM's VM???
> 
> Best regards
> Niklas Wiberg
> 
> >
> > The Jigsaw team is happy to announce the new release 2.0.4 release of
> > Jigsaw [1].
> > Check the summary of changes in the release notes [2]
> > You will find:
> > * Many bug fixes ;)
> > * Servlet preload (still using servlet 2.1 API)
> > * Image metadata extraction
> > * Better cache and content negotiation support.
> > Have fun with it!
> >
> > [1] http://www.w3.org/Jigsaw/
> > [2] http://www.w3.org/Jigsaw/RelNotes.html
> >
> > Soon to come 2.1.1, with the new Cache, that will stick to RFC2616 and not
> > "only" to RFC2068.
> > Note: if you want to download from mirrors, it may take up to one hour
> > before the files appears.
> >
> >       /\          - Yves Lafon - World Wide Web Consortium -
> >   /\ /  \        Architecture Domain - Jigsaw Activity Leader
> >  /  \    \/\
> > /    \   /  \   http://www.w3.org/People/Lafon - ylafon@w3.org
> >
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