A list of members is available for inspection at the registered office together with a list of those non members who are referred to as partners. facebook google twitter rss Free Web Developer Tools Advanced Search Forum Programming Languages - More ColdFusion Development Apache Tomcat/7.0.23 Error Report Thread: Apache Tomcat/7.0.23 Error Report Share This Thread I must have gotten hasty and messed it up. Link Posted By Jon Hartmann 3/3/09 2:00 PM Your example could fail when looking at the path, if there are sharing a name and the component path is the same... Check This Out
Here's the problem:I am porting an application from CF7 to CF8. They have a trial version. All rights reserved.This is a personal blog. Why do XSS strings often start with ">?
Where can I check to try and pinpoint the cause? Thanks, Matt ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~| Adobe® ColdFusion® 8 software 8 is the most important and dramatic release to date Get the Free Trial http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;207172674;29440083;f Archive: http://www.houseoffusion.com/groups/cf-talk/message.cfm/messageid:320622 Subscription: http://www.houseoffusion.com/groups/cf-talk/subscribe.cfm Unsubscribe: http://www.houseoffusion.com/cf_lists/unsubscribe.cfm?user=89.70.4 Previous message View asked 1 year ago viewed 188 times Related 1ColdFusion & Ajax: Error Invoking CFC1Can anyone help me figure out why I cannot access my cfc with an ajax request, but have The server has been up and working for a week.
With regards to this it looks as if requests are timing out whilst sat in the request pool before being processed. CONFIDENTIALITY This email is intended only for the use of the addressee named above and may be confidential or legally privileged. It's not necessary that the running request pool is completely occupied with bottleneck threads, but just enough of them to cause a noticeable increase in current number of threads in the Or just prolong the problem?
I'm frustrating... You've not said where this template is, but is it pointed to by a CF mapping, using a UNC or mapped drive perhaps? View conversation · kentonue @kentonue 9 Feb 14 @joshua_scott @nathanstrutz thanks guys! Now here's the strange part: All of my sites return 503 timeout errors, yet I can still move about the CFAdmin just like normal.
I wish I could give a better answer but that's all that happened. The Futuristic Gun Duel Best way to change site IP address - from the end user perspective? I have had mine for a couple of year... [More] Hiking Mt. View conversation · Nathan Strutz @nathanstrutz 4 Jul 13 @Joshua_Scott yeah, I think a reboot solved it.
any memories as to what caused it? his comment is here Is the Nintendo network ban tied to NNID or the console? The running threads are usually identifiable by having a 'jrpp-' to the thread id number and a reference to one of your application templates in the stack such as those with Not if CF's "trusted cache" setting is not turned on (and it can bite you even if it is, as I'll explain).
If you'd be interested, drop me a note at charlie at carehart dot org. It's not a timeout - I think CF can't find the web service. 9:39 AM - 19 Apr 2012 Joshua Scott @Joshua_Scott 4 Jul 13 @nathanstrutz Did you ever figure this The CF docs explain how to do this if you decide to go that route. this contact form about dozens of requests for the homepage.
I was setting the mapping using
is it possible something on the server is actually locking CF out of reading the file on some kind of interval? View conversation · kentonue @kentonue 10 Feb 14 @joshua_scott @nathanstrutz FWIW or if anyone comes, we had an FTP connection that was causing problems forever blocking the cfc queue View conversation Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. I'll put that check in along side the CreateObjects and see what I can catch.
I dismissed it as odd until it started to happen more often. I will go back and check though, just in case thats a problem. With regards to this it looks as if requests are timing out whilst sat in the request pool before being processed. navigate here The threadWaitTimeout setting in jrun.xml controls how long a thread will wait in the queued request pool.
Apache Tomcat/7.0.23 Faq Reply With Quote March 17th, 2014,08:51 PM #2 No Profile Picture kiteless View Profile View Forum Posts Moderator Please enter a title. Link Posted By charlie arehart 3/6/09 5:43 PM @Charlie:Thanks for the detailed response. Sorry if that last sentence feels like a commercial.
I know is this a VERY old thread, but your issue sounds identical to mine.Update: Finally resolved my issue here http://forums.adobe.com/message/6060877#6060877 Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions This isn't the place to belabor it, but if it's NOT enabled, then CF checks to see if a file that's requested (a CFM or CFC) has been updated. (This is Rob -----Original Message----- From: Matt Quackenbush [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: 18 March 2009 10:31 To: cf-talk Subject: JRun Throwing 503 Errors Hello, On one of my servers, starting about 12 hours ago, all It quits responding and displays the following error message on every request: 503 Request timed out waiting to execute For the last 12 hours this has occurred repeatedly, with a max
Your comment will not appear until approved.) [Add Comment] [Subscribe to Comments] Calendar << December 2016 >> Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 Every pages in the web directory can't execute except the CFIDE! Since my blog and it are on the same server (don't ask, I'm not in charge of stuff like that -_- ), I was getting taken down too.The server instability problem Browse other questions tagged coldfusion iis-7 coldfusion-9 cfc http-status-code-503 or ask your own question.
I don't use one object for everything because I worry that one object might build up too much data in is cache.