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Re: JDBC driver

From: "Nick Fankhauser" <nickf(at)ontko(dot)com>
To: "Jacob Vennervald Madsen" <jvm(at)gopinocchio(dot)com>, <pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: JDBC driver
Date: 2001-11-09 11:23:21
Message-ID: NEBBLAAHGLEEPCGOBHDGEEGKDOAA.nickf@ontko.com (view raw or flat)
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Jacob-

We've had similar messages using Tomcat & JDBC. Although we haven't tracked
it down completely, it seems that something happens which caused Tomcat to
reload one or more classes, and in the process your connection to JDBC is
lost (assuming you have an open connection or pool of connections at the
time.) If you are using a pool and want to avoid reloading Tomcat when this
happens, you can use the Tomcat "Admin" tool to reload the context, which
will init the servlets.

Hope this helps.

-Nick

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> 2001-11-08 14:23:04,607 ERROR UserDBHandler  - Problem executing query
> 2001-11-08 14:23:04,607 ERROR UserDBHandler  - An I/O error has occured
> while flushing the output - Exception: java.io.IOException: Broken pipe
> Stack Trace:




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