Matt RaibleMatt Raible is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at Okta. developer.okta.com

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10+ YEARS


Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Pro JSP has arrived!

Pro JSP, Third EditionI received my complimentary four copies of Pro JSP tonight - whooo hooo! It sure is cool having your name on the cover of a book. ;-)

Congrats to all the other authors that feel the same way.

Posted in Java at Sep 29 2003, 10:06:35 PM MDT 16 Comments

Giving Roller 0.9.8 another try

I'm trying Roller 0.9.8 again after backing out last week. The main reason I'm trying again is my site was crashing over the weekend, after months of being up without issues. Damn. The main issue I'm having with 0.9.8 is that MySQL connections get up to 20 (the max allowed by my ISP) and then the whole connection thing shuts down (or something like that), and according to my logs - the database is down (when really, it's not).

My attempted solutions to fix this problem are twofold. First, I grabbed the oscache.properties from tools/oscache-2.0b2, rather than using my old one. When building Roller from CVS, there is no oscache.properties in build/roller/WEB-INF/classes, so that's why I copied my old one. Second, I cleaned out WEB-INF/lib and refreshed it with WEB-INF/lib from 0.9.8. I always just copy over the last install when upgrading, so it's possible there were some old jars lying around in here.

If this doesn't work (you'll know if this site is down), I'll have to get a fully clean install from the SourceForge downloads, rather than my own built copy.

Posted in Roller at Sep 29 2003, 06:18:13 AM MDT 3 Comments