Operating Systems Linux jsp not working on linux running tomcat server Post 56894 by Simbad on Thursday 14th of October 2004 06:18:50 AM
Old 10-14-2004
Re: jsp not working on linux running tomcat server

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Originally posted by mile1982
hey there

we cant seem to get jsp to load pages properly on linux running tomcat 4 server. everytime we run .jsp files, the source code comes up instead of the actual file contents. any suggestions??

cheers
mile1982
It sounds like the web server does not know what to do with files ending .jsp

I would suggest looking at mime types in your web configuration.
 

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URLS.TXT(5)							File Formats Manual						       URLS.TXT(5)

NAME
urls.txt - URL database for regression testing INTRODUCTION
The urls.txt file is installed by default in /etc/siege/urls.txt. When siege is invoked without a command line reference to a URL, then by default it looks for urls in that file. The advantage of using the urls.txt file is two-fold: One, it frees you free retyping a url with every invocation. And two, it allows you to conduct full site regression testing. When the urls.txt file is used, siege reads all the urls in that file into memory and runs through the list in one of two ways, sequen- tially or randomly. The default run is sequential from start to finish and back again until the --reps or the --time option has been satis- fied. With the -i/--internet option selected, siege runs through the file randomly simulating the stress applied by a community of inter- net users. The -f/--file option allows you to select a file other then the default urls.txt file. You may also instruct siege to use a different file with the "file" directive in .siegerc, i.e., "file = /usr/local/etc/urls.txt" You may set and reference variables inside the urls.txt file. All variables must be declared BEFORE they are referenced. Variables are declared with the "=" operator, VARIABLE = VALUE. They are then referenced inside $() or ${}, example: $(HOST), ${HOST} HOST=joey.joedog.org http://${HOST}/browse.jsp?size=5 http://${HOST}/admin.jsp?name=ralph EXAMPLE FILE
This is an exmple urls.txt file. Lines beginning with a hash (#) are comments and ignored by siege. # # Example urls.txt file # URLs database for siege # http://www.haha.com/index.html http://www.haha.com/howto/index.html http://www.haha.com/cgi-bin/howto/display.cgi?1013 www.haha.com/cgi-bin/fm.cgi?first=j.&last=fulmer https://www.haha.com/index.shtml https://www.whoohoo.com/my_whoohoo.jsp # POST data requires a POST directive www.haha.com/cgi-bin/foo.cgi POST first=bart&last=simpson www.haha.com/hoho.jsp POST name=jeff&pass=secret # POST the contents of a file using the # line input character "<" http://www.haha.com/my.jsp POST </home/jeff/data.txt AUTHOR
Jeffrey Fulmer <jeff@joedog.org>, et al. BUGS
Report bugs to jeff@joedog.org. Give a detailed description of the problem and report the version of siege that you are using. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2007 Jeffrey Fulmer, et al. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MER- CHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. AVAILABILITY
The most recent released version of siege is available by anonymous FTP from ftp.joedog.org in the directory pub/siege. SEE ALSO
siege(1) siege.config(1) layingsiege(7) Siege v2.70 April-17-2012 URLS.TXT(5)

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