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Re: [jetty-users] Continuations in Jetty 7?

Now I'm curious how to increase the logging on Jetty.  Sessions in the database works fine exception when it goes to scavenge, it gets a NullPointerException on line 666 (in 7.1.6 v020100715).  I'd like to set it to debug so I can see what it's doing, but I've tried a couple things and it's not doing anything more.  I tried changing in resources and also setting -DDEBUG in JAVA_OPTIONS in

On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 3:20 PM, Kevin Jordan <kevin@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Apparently the answer for this is the lib/ext directory in my jetty install.

On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Kevin Jordan <kevin@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Can anyone tell me where I need the driver for the JDBCSessionIdManager?  I'm still having trouble finding out where to place it.  I would figure since it's per webapp that having the driver in the webapp would be enough.

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 1:28 PM, Kevin Jordan <kevin@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Well, it came down to that I was using Hazelcast to cluster sessions, but apparently it breaks Comet and only makes Websockets work if it's Chrome 5 requesting it.  At first I thought it was because Jetty doesn't have the latest Websocket spec that it didn't work in FF4 and Chrome 6, but turns out they do.  So I've gone to the JDBCSessionIdManager to keep track of sessions.  However, I can't seem to get it to pick up the MySQL driver.  I put it in the lib directory and the webapps I'm trying to use it on already have it in their WEB-INF/lib directories.  Where should I put the MySQL driver so that it will pick it up wherever it needs to?  At the moment I'm getting "No suitable driver found for jdbc:mysql://*rest of connection string*"

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