Images that won't load...

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asked May 10, 2018 in Question / help by bx
1. Every few days I need to reset my Jetty 9 PlantUML service (on Debian), as the server starts hanging and will not load any UML diagram with an <img:path> line.

2. The images are on the server itself and accessed via local file path. However, if I put the path of a non-existent image, the diagram will load showing image not found error where the image should be. I can also get the /uml/ of the diagram, but /svg/ won't load.

3. Once I restart the service, all starts working again, and I can't figure out what is causing the issue.

4. Same problem exists for URL images.

Any suggestions are much appreciated!

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answered May 13, 2018 by plantuml (190,190 points)
Is is possible to start your Jetty server with some logs ?

It looks like some resource leaks, but it's difficult to know what's going on without log.

commented May 13, 2018 by bx
I'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to web server administrator. Took me a while to get the basic server up and running :). I see there are different types of logging that can be setup in Jetty 9 (

What's the simplest logging option you recommend I enable? Thanks!