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tomcat cant start in windows xp 64bits

 
Manuel Jordan
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Dear members

i have windows xp, processor and mainboard of 64 bits

now

when i try to start up my tomcat 5.5.25
well not start and i see this in my log file




how i can resolve this??

thanks in advanced
 
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Are you sure JAVA_HOME is pointing to your 64bit Java install?
 
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Also, you don't have the tcnative.dll in your tomcat/bin directory (or in your java/lib directory), do you?
 
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Hello Ben

thanks for the reply

n other friendly forum
i recieve a suggestion of replace both .exe thor these ones

http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tomcat/connectors/trunk/procrun/bin/amd64/

see that is for 64bits

now i have this error (less of of course that the original)




some ideas? , where is the missing dll ???, the jre installer for 64 bits is wrong?

about your questions

Are you sure JAVA_HOME is pointing to your 64bit Java install?

yes of course, to my bin jdk java folder location


Also, you don't have the tcnative.dll in your tomcat/bin directory (or in your java/lib directory), do you?

no appear in java/lib (jdk-jre folders)
and worst in tomcat/bin


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Are you trying to connect to an external web server?
If not, you shouldn't need any connectors.

If you are running Tomcat as a standalone there is an optional set of libraries called the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) which are written in C.
Tomcat uses JNI to connect to the APR.
This is why I was asking about the DLL.
If you're just trying to get Tomcat up and running for the first time, I would avoid using APR, at least until you've got it running as a pure Java app.
If you don't have APR on your machine, disregard my earlier comments.

This:
[2008-02-14 13:54:20] [986 prunsrv.c] [error] Failed creating java C:\java\jre1.5.0_12\bin\server\jvm.dll
makes me think that there is a 32 bit DLL or EXE somewhere in the equation.
 
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How are you starting Tomcat?
From the bat files or from the start menu items (or Windows Service).
If it's either of the latter, try starting from the bat file.
 
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