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  1. #1
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    Jakarta''s log file for Ensim 3.1 will cause your server stop

    Jakarta''s log file mod_jk.log for Ensim 3.1 will cause your server stop. I just faced it. when the log file is too big, it will make all sites at server can not access.
    RS tech told me I have to find a patch for
    Apache tomcat4/Jakarta at www.ensim.com to fix it.
    Have anyone a experience with that?
    I don't know about telnet. Can somebody help with detail
    telnet command how to install it and which patch should I download?
    thanks

    Gary
    Gary

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    is it the log file bigger than 2 GB?
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    Yes, the log file is 2.1GB
    Gary

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    The problem is that old kernel version do not support files biggest than 2 GB.
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    I removed the log file and made it a symlink to /dev/null

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    Originally posted by driverdave
    I removed the log file and made it a symlink to /dev/null
    Can you teach me how to do that? thanks
    Gary

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