|Increase server startup timeout [message #172886]
||Tue, 04 July 2006 09:40
Originally posted by: nospam.nospam.nospam|
I have Eclipse 3.2 + JST 1.5. When I start my JBoss 4.0.4, it takes longer
then the 50s timeout, Eclipse says: "Timeout waiting for xxx, ... did not
start in 50s". How can I increase this timeout value? Preferences - Server -
Server timeout delay doesn't change the timeout, it's always 50s.
|Re: Increase server startup timeout [message #205983 is a reply to message #174061]
||Mon, 17 December 2007 18:24
Originally posted by: tseidel.innoopract.com|
I stumbled across the same problem today (Eclipse 126.96.36.199, JST 2.0.1)
and tried modifying the startTimeout in plugin.xml as well. I had to
restart my Eclipse with the option "-clean" to clear the configuration
area, but afterwards the new timeout was applied.
So either you did not clear the configuration area (and the old value
was taken from the cache), or perhaps the problem has been fixed in 2.0.1.
Anyway it would be nice if it was possible to configure the startup
timeout in the preferences without having to mess around with the
> I have similar problem with Eclipse 3.2 + JST 1.5. I'm trying to run
> Weblogic server from eclipse. Anyway Eclipse says: "Timeout waiting for
> xxx, ... did not
> start in 75s" (weblogic timeout is 75s instead of 50s in jboss). "Server
> timeout delay" in preferences completely doesn't work.
> I found file in <eclipse
> folder> /plugins/org.eclipse.jst.server.generic.weblogic_1.5.0.v2006 06130315/plugin.xml
> which defines timeout value: startTimeout="75000"
> (similar file exists for jboss with value 50000)
> Anyway if I try to change this value in plugin.xml, it won't change
> server startup timeout at all.
> Any Suggestions?
Powered by FUDForum
. Page generated in 0.01579 seconds