|Re: bug#244862 [message #230330 is a reply to message #230259]
||Tue, 14 April 2009 13:30
| Larry Isaacs
Registered: July 2009
Xia Jun Shi wrote:|
> I want to investigate the bug 244862, see
> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=244862. In this bug,
> because the server didn't stop properly, we can't start the server again
> without changing the port numbers.
The issue is that because the stop couldn't execute successfully, the
Server's view loses contact with the server and leaves an "orphan"
Tomcat running. The solution is to stop or kill that Tomcat manually.
Then you don't need to change port numbers.
> I wonder which classes are related to
> checking or getting the port numbers? It is because the program can't
> get the server delegate or server behavior delegate, or something else?
> For this bug, what should we do? I mean when we delete a server project
> with a started server, we should delete the server first,or at least
> stop the started server before delete the server project. Thanks for any
I would recommend that the user should be prevented from closing the
Servers project while servers are running and prevented from deleting
the project while servers are defined that use it. Closing or deleting
the Servers project in these cases is most likely a mistake which is
best not performed.
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