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shuzo monsoon
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Hello and can someone help!? I just tried to start my tomcat server and I got this error - -Dsun.io.useCanonCaches=false file not found. The server usually works fine. I dont know what has caused this. Anyone any ideas?!
 
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Its ok now. It turns out I had altered my java environment variable incorrectly.
 
Dave Mere
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I'm having the same problem! The solutions I've found on the web involve altering my environment settings to the location of the java.exe file in my jdk directory . . . but this doesn't seem to be helping. How exactly did you solve this problem?

Many thanks,

Dave
 
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on windows, it's sometimes as easy as making sure you use paths with no spaces in their names (since Tomcat uses DOS scripts).
 
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The problem was actually pretty similar to that Mike.

Required path : C:\j2sdk1.4.2_04\
My path : C:\j2sdk1.4.2_04

Took me 2 hours to figure out I had to add a backslash.
 
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