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James H. H. Lampert wrote:
We just transferred production to our new V6 box, and almost everything

With the exception of a Java program, running under Tomcat 5, on our
Linux web server, which establishes a toolbox connection to call a program.

All the Host Servers are up.

The user profile it uses to connect exists.

If I do a WRKTCPSTS *CNN, none of the Host Servers ports are showing any
activity at all.

It was working before, and we swapped internal IP addresses between the
old and new production boxes. Everything else seems to connect just fine
to the new box.

Any ideas?


Anything in the logs in $CATALINA_HOME/logs? Could it be some
incompatibility with java 1.6 possibly? That's the default with v6
right? There were some additional jars you could install in tomcat 5.5
for compatibility with (I think) java 1.3. If you start java with the
- -version switch, what does it show? Are you using a java.properties file
that contains an invalid java.home path? Is $CATALINA_HOME set? Is
catalina.sh exporting JAVA_HOME or QIBM_JAVA_PROPERTIES_FILE with an
inappropriate value, or do you have one or both values set with
ADDENVVAR? Is there a default.properties file that got carried over from
the old box? Are you running with java optimization level 40? If so, did
you re-run CRTJVAPGM? That might work, but, according to IBM, also might
be very slow. Are you running jt400 Native? Is it in $CATALINA_HOME/lib?
If so, what happens if you try jt400.jar instead? That's all I can think of.

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Pete Hall
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