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      Apache studio seems to crash often both in the stand-alone version and the Eclipse Kepler plugin. The issue once it crashes is that I cannot reconnect using the port. It states that the port is already in use. This prevents the server from starting. Oddly, the connection will still work, but the server will not start and hence other issues start to arise. To sometimes solve this issue, and this does not always works, is to go to the servers folder and delete the .dirservice.lock
      But this solution does not bode well, since the crashes still continue and eventually this option fails as well. I end up deleting the entire download and starting fresh.

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        elecharny Emmanuel Lecharny added a comment -

        Are you starting a server from inside Studio ?

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        elecharny Emmanuel Lecharny added a comment - Are you starting a server from inside Studio ?
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        Neutronboy Shai Levit added a comment -

        So I start the server, which by the way is just a localhost server running on standard port 10389, from Apache Studio GUI (where I created the new server). But the same issue arrises when I create a server within the Eclipse Kepler plugin - perspective (LDAP). and start the server from within Eclipse. Now this does not happen at first. The first, say 5-10 instances of stopping and starting the server seem to work fine, but then once the first crash happens, it's starts to happen more frequently.
        Now the crash closes the entire program (Eclipse or Apache Studio) and I have to re-open. That is when the error that the port is already in use is noted and if I decide to start the server anyway, it stops. If I choose another port, it works, but that's not the optimal way to do things.
        Deleting the server and starting a new instance sometimes solves this issue, but not for long.

        Hope all this helps. If there is a log file or crash report you want me to add to this post, please advise.
        regards

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        Neutronboy Shai Levit added a comment - So I start the server, which by the way is just a localhost server running on standard port 10389, from Apache Studio GUI (where I created the new server). But the same issue arrises when I create a server within the Eclipse Kepler plugin - perspective (LDAP). and start the server from within Eclipse. Now this does not happen at first. The first, say 5-10 instances of stopping and starting the server seem to work fine, but then once the first crash happens, it's starts to happen more frequently. Now the crash closes the entire program (Eclipse or Apache Studio) and I have to re-open. That is when the error that the port is already in use is noted and if I decide to start the server anyway, it stops. If I choose another port, it works, but that's not the optimal way to do things. Deleting the server and starting a new instance sometimes solves this issue, but not for long. Hope all this helps. If there is a log file or crash report you want me to add to this post, please advise. regards
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        seelmann Stefan Seelmann added a comment -

        When Eclipse/Studio crashes, do you get any error message or stack trace? Can you check the log file (workspace/.metadata/.log or ~/.ApacheDirectoryStudio/.metadata/.log) for any reason?

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        seelmann Stefan Seelmann added a comment - When Eclipse/Studio crashes, do you get any error message or stack trace? Can you check the log file (workspace/.metadata/.log or ~/.ApacheDirectoryStudio/.metadata/.log) for any reason?
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        seelmann Stefan Seelmann added a comment -

        No reproducable, but hopefully fixed in upcoming release 2.0.0-M9.

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        seelmann Stefan Seelmann added a comment - No reproducable, but hopefully fixed in upcoming release 2.0.0-M9.

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