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| question = Why has my web service (for example, email) crashed six times in the last two months? The error page says "powered by Jetty," so it must be your fault.
 
| question = Why has my web service (for example, email) crashed six times in the last two months? The error page says "powered by Jetty," so it must be your fault.
 
| answer = Jetty is the web infrastructure your service provider uses. The fact that you can see "powered by Jetty" indicates that Jetty is still working fine. It is the application running on top of Jetty that has failed for some reason. You need to contact your service provider.
 
| answer = Jetty is the web infrastructure your service provider uses. The fact that you can see "powered by Jetty" indicates that Jetty is still working fine. It is the application running on top of Jetty that has failed for some reason. You need to contact your service provider.
 
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To learn more about Jetty and the web application services it provides, see [http://www.eclipse.org/jetty/ About Jetty].
 
To learn more about Jetty and the web application services it provides, see [http://www.eclipse.org/jetty/ About Jetty].
 
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Question Mark.png Why has my web service (for example, email) crashed six times in the last two months? The error page says "powered by Jetty," so it must be your fault.

Jetty is the web infrastructure your service provider uses. The fact that you can see "powered by Jetty" indicates that Jetty is still working fine. It is the application running on top of Jetty that has failed for some reason. You need to contact your service provider.


To learn more about Jetty and the web application services it provides, see About Jetty.