Tomcat servlet error

I'm trying to access a servlet in my Tomcat server (I have installed Tomcat 6.0.16, using the default settings, on a Windows Machine) but I receive the following error: The requested resource (/extraccion-servlets/Detalle) is not available.

I have a process that updates the war file every 6 minutes.... It seems that this update makes Tomcat crash....

I'd appreciate any help.....
vcarrillorAsked:
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rrzCommented:
You should give us more information.
When you receive the error, can you access any in the web app ?  
>I have a process that updates the war file every 6 minutes  
How are doing that ?  
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vcarrillorAuthor Commented:
I have only one application in my server.... And that's the one with the error I mentioned....

As I told you, I have a process that copies the .war file into the application directory...

What we have found is that the process runs fine a couple of times but generally after the third time the process copies the war file, we got the error I commented....
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rrzCommented:
Is the redeploy showing up in the logs ?  Any other clues in the logs  ?  
>process copies the war file  
Do mean you rewriting  ?
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vcarrillorAuthor Commented:
that's right....

We're overwriting the file every 6 minutes.....

We have checked the log files and it seems right... There's no difference between the log information when we got the error and when everything is fine...

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rrzCommented:
I don't have any idea.  If you give the bare bones case, maybe we could test.
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