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Tomcat, hangs at “INFO: Initializing Spring root WebApplicationContext”,

Posted on 2016-07-21
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Hi Experts,

I am trying to deploy a Spring web application to Tomcat 7.0.24 but it hangs upon startup.
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by:Amitkumar Panchal
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Looking at the snap it seems that tomcat is 6.0.44.

Give it a try with below checks:
1. Remove all the applications from tomcat and see it is able to start.
2. If no, then perform a clean install and check without deploying any application.
3. If yes, then the problem is with the application deployed.
4. Check all the logs files available in tomcat. Also, enable the logs in your application.

I suspect there must be something (ie. DB connection, Connection to any other app, Lack of memory) in your application which stops launching tomcat.

Also, share the logs files here to look into.
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I have removed all the applications from the tomcat

With out any application tomcat is starting successfully.

When i change the java version of my appliction to java 1.8 it is working fine.
But actually this application developed with java 1.6 so when i keep version as java 1.6
then it is not deploying properly.tomcat is not able start.
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Have you tried running tomcat (with your application deployed) outside eclipse ?

Also share the log files.
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working when I run the application outside of tomcat
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by:Amitkumar Panchal
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Perfect. Then it seems an issue with the JVM and tomcat configuration in the eclipse.

Give me some time. I will ask you more questions later.
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