And, if someone has an idea of where the problem might lie, that would be very welcome too. Tomcat is running and answer for simple "hello world" jsp pages but cannot answer to /manage/html. Part of the response has already been sent to the client > [Mon Dec 04 14:28:59 2006] [25445:9920] [info] > ajp_service::jk_ajp_common.c (18 28): (local) receiving from tomcat > failed, > recoverable You > should also consider a connect_timeout (e.g. 15000) and a > prepost_timeout (e.g. 10000). http://devstude.net/write-error/write-error-illegal-request-invalid-address-for-write.php
Maybe a bug in the latest mod_jk version? >>>> >>>> Christian >>>> >>>> Christian Stöber schrieb: >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>>>> Hello list, >>>>>> >>>>>> currently I'm running Jetty 5.1.8 with Apache/1.3.33 And now Tomcat keeps just listening on port 8009, but mod_jk is unable to establish any TCP connections between Apache and Tomcat. Beware that the timestamp in the httpd 2.x access log is the beginning of the request, whereas the timestamp of the JK message would usually be close to the end of But I > got the same result.
I'am using Apache/1.3.33 (Debian GNU/Linux) on Debian 3.1. Client failed in the middle of request, we can't recover to another instance. [Sat Jan 24 01:07:15 2009] [29654:0000] [info] jk_handler::mod_jk.c (2158): Aborting connection for worker=routerExt2 [Sat Jan 24 01:08:53 2009] André Warnier schrieb: >> This can happen a lot, if Tomcat has a configured connectionTimeout on >> the connector, but mod_jk has no timeout for idle connections. Unfortunately, it does not > appear in the Apache start line.
The web server noticed, that there was no connection to the backend open and will transparently create a new one. Influence the Future of IT > Join SourceForge.net's Techsay panel and you'll get the chance to share your > opinions on IT & business topics through brief surveys-and earn cash > If you are really low on server ressources, > you can shrink you connection pool from 250 (equals number of threads > you configured) to 200 and set the minimum to In reply to this post by JNeuhoff Hi, I am using Apache 2.0.59 and Tomcat 5.0.28 with mod_jk 1.2.20 on Windows 2003 SP1 but the system have some issue on the
By default it will shrink the connection pool down to half >> of the max size. Even a restart of services doesn't change anythink. But the AJP connector seems not to work. Apache/1.3.33 Server at XXX Port >>> 80 >>> >>> Any ideas?
Most apps don't have huge delaysafter that point.See alsohttp://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/generic_howto/timeouts.htmlfor a description of all possible timeouts.worker.plexus.max_reply_timeouts=30In case you assume a steady rate of long running requests, yes: 15 perminute. It is for the intended addressee(s) only. I noticed that at times Tomcat reports 3 to 4 times more active sessions than there were users (as defined by their IP-address and web browser's user agent string). > Those I assume > you are not moving into the embedded world :) > I've got no idea, how biig the process would be, if you would send your > requests just
Do some of these messages not seem to say that mod_jk is trying to pass a request to Tomcat, but there is no Tomcat available for him to talk to ? It is safer. jk_handler::mod_jk.c (2158): Aborting connection for worker=routerExt2 Client write error means, that when sending back data to the browser, the web server realized that the browser already closed the connection. The timeout gets reset every time mod_jk waits for the nextpackage.
All Places > JBoss AS > Tomcat Integration > Discussions Please enter a title. news I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Ideally I'd like to set an upper limit of lets say 200 concurrent HTTP Sessions for Tomcat, but I am not sure how exactly to configure the various timeout values and mod_jk also logs the process id and thread id automatically foreach line, so there is a chance, that you can match those lines and findout, if they come from special requests
Could be, that you'll find an OutOfMemoryError > in your tomcat logs (because of the huge amount of parallel unfinished > requests), which might have sent tomcat to an undefined state. Tomcat is down or network problems. [Fri Apr 06 > 09:22:56 2007] [jk_ajp_common.c (1290)]: ERROR: Receiving from > tomcat failed, recoverable operation. Client failed in the middle of request, we can't recover toanother instance.[info] mod_jk.c (2270): Aborting connection for worker=plexusFirst I thought, this is caused because of some related networktraffic problem, but also have a peek at these guys Earn Cash.
BTW.: The mod_jk 1.1.20, downloaded from http://mirrors.dedipower.com/ftp.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-connectors/jk/binaries/win32/jk-1.2.20/mod_jk-apache-2.0.58.soidentifies itself as mod_jk/1.2.19, not as mod_jk/1.2.20 ! Then I add the 3rd member, and almost immediately after successfully adding to the replicaSet, I get this HostUnreachable Loop. Normally that is nothing serious but you should check on the client why it is happening.
I'm getting the following errors: [Fri Apr 06 09:22:52 2007] [jk_ajp_common.c (796)]: ERROR: can't receive the response message from tomcat, network problems or tomcat is down -1 [Fri Apr 06 09:22:52 To free (close) connections between apache and tomcat you can then use the attribute connection_pool_timeout (see documentation of 1.2.20). Somehow I have the feeling, that it's not > really worth optimizing this, because 70MB for a web server doesn't > sound that much relative to hardware sizes of the last err=1 [Fri Apr 06 09:22:52 2007] >>>>> [jk_ajp_common.c (1309)]: sending request to tomcat failed in >>>>> send loop.
I still haven't re-booted it in case more information is needed while this unrecoverable is there! worker.plexus.reply_timeout=10000 worker.plexus.max_reply_timeouts=30 Regards Ingo Rainer Jung schrieb: --------------------------------------------------------------------- To start a new topic, Ingo Düppe at Oct 28, 2007 at 1:02 pm ⇧ Hi Rainer,thank you very much for your detailed I didn't test (I'm rarely on Win), but I had a look at the binary: - it's the same as on the origin server (downloaded a minute ago) - it has check my blog Both the Tomcat manager and my own session listener which I wrote to keep track of the sessions confirm that all sessions time out after 15 minutes which is the value
I've an index.jsp which just sends a redirect > to home.jsp. The pseudo-code for outputting the response back to the client is as > follows (assuming baos contains a ByteArrayOutputStream): > > OutputStream out = response.getOutputStream(); > baos.writeTo(out); > out.flush(); > out.close(); You should compile your own. The users are getting pretty p..
Maybe a bug in the latest mod_jk version? If Apache httpd starts with it, then it's unlikely you'l run into trouble later. Influence the Future of IT > Join SourceForge.net's Techsay panel and you'll get the chance to share your > opinions on IT & business topics through brief surveys-and earn cash > But its description does not really seem to match what we are talking about here.
Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. I would expect, that at most a tomcat restart would be needed. Influence the Future of IT >> Join SourceForge.net's Techsay panel and you'll get the chance to share your >> opinions on IT & business topics through brief surveys-and earn cash >> RChartier Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: Apache mod_jk memory leak?
No response has been sent to the client (yet) [Fri Jan 19 11:34:42 2007] [0404:2388] [info] jk_ajp_common.c (1877): (ajp13) receiving from tomcat failed, recoverable operation attempt=1 [Fri Jan 19 11:34:42 2007] I checked all the usual log files (stdout*.log, stderr*.log, localhost*.log,mod_jk.log) from Tomcat as well as the access.log from Apache. Now I can analyse whats going to slow :-) Am I'm right, that with the following setting a reply_timeout is detected when the tomcat doesn't reply within 10 seconds and it The good news is, the memory doesn't seem grow any further though.
Tomcat is down or network problems. [Fri Apr 06 09:22:56 2007] [jk_ajp_common.c (1290)]: ERROR: Receiving from tomcat failed, recoverable operation. That's it. > If anyone knows this by heart, I'd be much obliged.. > > If all else fails, can I just grab a Linux binary mod_jk.so somewhere > and overwrite