Apache Wiki | 22 Dec 23:13 2011
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[Jakarta Wiki] Update of "FrontPage" by GavinMcDonald

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The "FrontPage" page has been changed by GavinMcDonald:
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Comment:
read only

  ##language:en
  #pragma section-numbers off
  = Welcome to the Jakarta Wiki =
+ 
+ This wiki is now read only!
+ 
  || {{http://jakarta.apache.org/images/jakarta-community.png}} ||  This is the
[[http://wiki.apache.org/general/|Apache Wiki]] for the
[[http://jakarta.apache.org/|Jakarta]] community. To edit pages, visit
[[UserPreferences|login]] near the top right corner of any page to create a user profile or to login.
Notifications of all changes you make will be sent to the general <at> jakarta mailing list, so we will be aware
of your changes and we will happily correct any small mistakes that you might make. ||

  The Jakarta project is a collection of sub-projects that provide server-side solutions using the Java language.
Apache Wiki | 22 Dec 05:35 2011
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[Jakarta Wiki] Update of "FrontPage" by PhilSteitz

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Comment:
Deleted spam links.

  see the list of top-level projects at [[http://www.apache.org|the main apache website]] and
[[http://wiki.apache.org|the main Apache Wiki]] for information on these.

  The main Jakarta web site can be found at http://jakarta.apache.org/. [[Reference_Library]] and
[[Vendor Support]] are two pages from the web site that can now be found here on the wiki. 
+  
-  * [[http://www.buzzbacklinks.com|buy backlinks]]
-  * [[http://www.buzzbacklinks.com|backlink services]]
- [[http://www.windows8update.com|windows 8]]
  This wiki contains information pertaining to the Jakarta project as a whole (mostly management and
administration information).
  Links to the wiki pages for the various Jakarta sub-projects may be found [[http://wiki.apache.org/general|here]].

Apache Wiki | 21 Dec 16:43 2011
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[Jakarta Wiki] Update of "FrontPage" by Johnathon Kollop

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  see the list of top-level projects at [[http://www.apache.org|the main apache website]] and
[[http://wiki.apache.org|the main Apache Wiki]] for information on these.

  The main Jakarta web site can be found at http://jakarta.apache.org/. [[Reference_Library]] and
[[Vendor Support]] are two pages from the web site that can now be found here on the wiki. 
- 
+  * [[http://www.buzzbacklinks.com|buy backlinks]]
+  * [[http://www.buzzbacklinks.com|backlink services]]
+ [[http://www.windows8update.com|windows 8]]
  This wiki contains information pertaining to the Jakarta project as a whole (mostly management and
administration information).
  Links to the wiki pages for the various Jakarta sub-projects may be found [[http://wiki.apache.org/general|here]].

Apache Wiki | 18 Nov 14:48 2011
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[Jakarta Wiki] Update of "RoleOfChair" by BertrandDelacretaz

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Comment:
press <at>  and trademarks <at>  are of ASF members only

  
  Chair may want to:

-  * subscribe to press <at> apache.org (Public Relations) and/or trademarks <at> apache.org (Trademark issues)
+  * (ASF members only) subscribe to press <at> apache.org (Public Relations) and/or trademarks <at> apache.org
(Trademark issues)
   * subscribe to all mail lists within their project (for Jakarta I subscribe to all the dev lists)
   * moderate other mailing lists (I moderate general <at> jakarta and announcements <at> jakarta; both of which
help me to keep oversight)

hades hades | 17 Nov 15:02 2011
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Apache will not start - "jk_lb_push::jk_lb_worker.c (347): syncing shm for lb '******' from mem (0->1)" after stopping apache.

I hope this is the correct forum to post questions like this. I am at a
wall and can't figure this out.
Hit an issue today with a PRD system while I was syncing up the platforms.
I was simply adding Apache rules in the httpd-vhost and httpd.conf files as
I have done many times and completed the same for DEV, STG. After stopping
apache and restarting it, it would not load.

Please note that it worked fine previously.

JBOSS instances through http load properly.
http://localhost:8009/app
http://localhost:8010/app

APACHE
Will not start,
Mod_jk.xxxx.log shows the following line
jk_lb_push::jk_lb_worker.c (347): syncing shm for lb 'loadbalancer' from
mem (0->1)
I cannot seem to get Apache and mod_jk to play nicely. I have since
restored the entire apache installation folder from before the failure.

The environment
       mod_jk-1.2.30.so (Also tried 1.2.32 compiled to no success)
       apache - 2.2.19
       jboss - eap-5.1
       RHEL - 4.8 Update 8

Here is the mod_jk.conf

       #mod_jk.conf
(Continue reading)

sebb | 12 Nov 01:08 2011
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Moving release archives for BSF, BCEL, JCS from Jakarta to Commons

At present, BSF, BCEL and JCS downloads still use /dist/jakarta/≤proj>.

I've just started the process of moving JMeter files to the new JMeter
TLP, so I thought I might as well do the same for the remaining
Jakarta downloads.

This is what I propose for the Commons moves:

- copy (cp -p) archives, sigs, hashes from /dist/jakarta/≤proj> to
/dist/commons/≤proj>
- add redirect for /dist/jakarta/≤proj> to
http://ww.apache.org/dist/commons/<proj>
(this only affects www.apache.org, not the 3rd party mirrors)

Wait a day or two to allow the mirrors to catch up.

Next stages are:

- update <proj> download page to use /dist/commons/≤proj>
- delete /dist/jakarta/≤proj>

At some later point the archives need to be tackled, but that might
involve infra.

I think that's it; if anyone can spot any errors in the process please advise!
sebb | 12 Nov 00:59 2011
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JMeter - cleaning up dist/jakarta/jmeter

I have started the process of moving the JMeter distribution files
from /dist/jakarta/jmeter to /dist/jmeter.

Process so far:

- copied (cp -p) archives, sigs, hashes from /dist/jakarta/jmeter to
/dist/jmeter
- added redirect for /dist/jakarta/jmeter to
http://ww.apache.org/dist/jmeter (this only affects www.apache.org,
not the 3rd party mirrors)

Now need to wait a day or two to allow the mirrors to catch up.

Next stages are:

- update download_jmeter.html to use /dist/jmeter instead of
/dist/jakarta/jmeter
- delete /dist/jakarta/jmeter

At some later point the archives need to be tackled, but that might
involve infra.

I think that's it; if anyone can spot any errors in the process please advise!
I propose to carry out the same process with BSF, BCEL, JCS in
conjunction with Commons (see separate e-mail).
Henri Yandell | 10 Nov 19:01 2011
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[VOTE] Move Jakarta to the Attic; close down Jakarta PMC

A joint vote to retire Jakarta into the Attic and to ask the board to
close down the PMC.

  [ ] +1
  [ ] -1, because....

Hen
sebb | 8 Nov 20:26 2011
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JMeter now (almost) fully detached from Jakarta

JMeter is now a fully independent TLP; the website was moved earlier today.

As far as I know, the only references to JMeter under the Jakarta
website are historical references in news items etc.

SVN has been moved; download pages have been moved.

The only remaining active Jakarta reference is in the mirrors.

The current JMeter release is served from

www.apache.org/dist/jakarta/jmeter.

[Likewise for BCEL, BSF and JCS.]

It looks as though some ex Jakarta projects have moved all their
distributions out of Jakarta, including the archives.
For example, there are no commons or httpcomponents executables under
www.apache.org/jakarta or archive.apache.org/jakarta.

Should we follow the same strategy with JMeter, BCEL, BSF and JCS?

If so, is there a standard process for doing the work to minimise disruption?
I don't think it's difficult, but it's easy to overlook something so
I'd rather follow an established procedure if there is one.
If not, then perhaps we can discuss the process here first.

S...
Geiglein, Gary | 8 Nov 18:48 2011

Top Level Jakarta Website

In general I like the Apache Websites, and we use a lot of Apache technologies in our development efforts. With that said, the Jakarta site has one problem. It is not easy for a new Jakarta user to find the current Jakarta projects.

 

I would think that the current projects would be more important to spotlight than either Ex-Jakarta or Retired Projects. But the list is not found on any of the entry level pages.

 

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sebb | 2 Nov 15:38 2011
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JMeter TLP changes

JMeter is in the process of becoming an independent Apache project,
rather than a sub-project of Jakarta.

SVN has already moved:
http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/jakarta/jmeter/ =>
http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/jmeter/

The Wiki has already moved:
http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-jmeter/ => http://wiki.apache.org/jmeter/

The website will soon move:
http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/ => http://jmeter.apache.org/

Mailing lists are changing:

jmeter-user <at> jakarta.apache.org has been renamed to user <at> jmeter.apache.org
Existing subscribers are not affected.

There are 3 new mailing lists:
commits <at> jmeter.apache.org (SVN mails)
dev <at> jmeter.apache.org (general developer mails, and Wiki updates)
issues <at> jmeter.apache.org (Bugzilla)

It is not possible to rename the Jakarta mailing lists as they are
shared with other projects.
JMeter developers should subscribe to commits, dev, and issues.

Gmane