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Re: Problem with starting CPPSERV

You can start using SPTK logs, CFileLog class, in particular. It's very
simple, and also supports database operations logging.

2007/3/12, sergey@total-knowledge.com <sergey@total-knowledge.com>:

I do use Unix domain sockets:

<listener protocol="unix" path="/tmp/cppserv.sock"/>

I tried to create my own socket using perl script but it didn't help

> Use unix domain sockets
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sergey@total-knowledge.com
> Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2007 17:39:09
> To:"C++ Servlet Engine Discussion" <cppserv@total-knowledge.com>
> Subject: Re: Problem with starting CPPSERV
> I checked both Apache logs(/var/log/syslog and /var/log/httpd/error_log)
> In /var/log/httpd/error_log I got
>  [error] [client] Cannot connect to CPPSERV
> (/tmp/cppserv.sock):
> Connection refused
> Also I tried to specify host="localhost" in <listener> with no luck.
> I'm trying to find out if the parsed data actually loaded to
> constructors,
> but have trouble finding where this proccess takes place.
> Can you give me some hints which classes I should check in order to do
> it?
>> Connection properties are described in engine.xml
>> If it isn't set up right, it won't be connecting. Look at
>> apache logs.
>> sergey@total-knowledge.com wrote:
>>>> Which means you don't have apache connecting to your cppserv
>>>> instance.
>>> Hmm.. why did it happen after recent changes to xmlserverconfig.cpp
>>> then?
>>> I don't think these things can be related, it worked well before.
>>> How can I connect apache to my cppserv instance?
>> --
>> Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh
>> Total Knowledge. CTO
>> http://www.total-knowledge.com

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