On Windows platforms using CF7 or other Java 1.4 VM, attempting to view a thread stack trace produces one of the following error messages:
In these cases, a full stack trace is written to STDOUT (usually CFusionMX7runtimecoldfusion-out.log, or jrun4logscoldfusion-out.log for multiple instance installations), terminating with the message:
"Trace Error: Stack trace sent to the console; output could not be captured. Capture file open failed"
This error can be caused when FusionReactor is running as a non-default user, and fails to open a temporary file for the stack trace, prior to processing it and displaying it in the FusionReactor administrator. The temporary file is located in the root of C: and is removed immediately after processing.
To continue, you should ascertain the user account under which the ColdFusion service runs. You can find this out using the following procedure:
This user must be granted the Full Control permission on the C: folder (this permission is not required on any subdirectories) . The simplest way to do this is using the cacls utility.
It should not be necessary to restart ColdFusion for this change to take effect.
|Last Updated:||02/Nov/07 9:46 AM|
|Affects Version:||1.0, 2.0, 2.0.3, 2.0.4|
|Server:||ColdFusion 6, ColdFusion 7, ColdFusion 8, Flex Data Services, JBoss, JRun 4, LiveCycle Data Services, Tomcat, WebSphere, WebLogic|
|Platform:||Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003|
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