[jcifs] JCIFS problem with Linux and Tomcat

Yannick Lavanant yannick at smellyfrog.com
Mon Apr 21 14:21:49 GMT 2008

OK at this stage what you need is to set the loglevel to a fairly high 
level so that your tomcat logs will show what is going wrong. Your 
problem might be due to a network issue or a domain resolution. You 
could try to switch off the firewall as well.


Once you have restarted tomcat and tried to login, take a copy of the 
logs and post them back on this list. This will help the specialists to 
identify your problem.
What version of Linux are you using?


Aigars Polis wrote:
> Hi,
> Thanks for reply. Yeah, it's ironic so working with FF not IE!
> I'm using only tomcat without Apache. If you have interesting 
> documentation it will be great if you can share it!
> Thanks :)
> Aigars
> On Mon, 21 Apr 2008 14:38:48 +0100
>  Yannick Lavanant <yannick at smellyfrog.com> wrote:
>> Hi Aigars,
>> Are you using Apache in front of Tomcat on Linux?
>> I had a similar issue but fixed this by getting the "proper" version 
>> of mod_jk for apache 2.0 or by recompiling apache with mod_jk. It's 
>> not such a big deal to do by the way and I may have some 
>> documentation on how to do that. Let me know if you need help.
>> I still have some troubles with apache 2.2 for internet explorer. 
>> It's working fine with Firefox, which is kinda ironic.
>> Regards
>> Yannick

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