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From ivan Gouin <gouin.i...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] How to debug 70014 and 70007 errors
Date Fri, 03 Aug 2012 15:23:50 GMT
Here's what i see on the tcpdump:

Got a TCP connect  3-way handshake. (SYN/SYN-ACK/ACK)
Got 7 POST request who got a return code 200

After the 7 POST, got a [ FIN, ACK] from th server.
Then RST from the server

Then the 8th request who goes in time out

Is there some kind of timeout in a tcp keep alive?

Ivan




On 25 July 2012 11:29, ivan Gouin <gouin.ivan@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi rainer,
> For case 70007,  the timeout expired, in access log , i've got a 300
> second timeout
> In the same time, tomcat's access log haven't any trace of the
> corresponding request.
>
> For these request, response time is about 30-100ms
>
> Apache is Apache/2.2.17
> Tomcat is 6.0.26 (jdk1.6.0_24)
>
> I'm preparing a tcpdump on each side to see if i can see something
> received by tomcat .
>
> Ivan
>
>
> On 25 July 2012 11:02, Rainer Jung <rainer.jung@kippdata.de> wrote:
>
>> On 25.07.2012 09:52, ivan Gouin wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I've got those error in my httpd error log:
>>>
>>> [Wed Jul 25 08:10:55 2012] [error] (70014)End of file found: proxy:
>>> prefetch request body failed to *.*.*.*:50300 (...) from ..... ()
>>> [Wed Jul 25 00:13:18 2012] [error] (70007)The timeout specified has
>>> expired: proxy: prefetch request body failed to  to *.*.*.*:50300 (...)
>>> from ..... ()
>>>
>>
>> Maybe the Timeout has expired?
>>
>>
>>  Those error occurs with client accessing a tomcat WS through mod_proxy .
>>>
>>> Not all the requests are rejected for today, 416 out of 2194 got one of
>>> these errors.
>>>
>>> don't really know how to proceed to debug this error.
>>> thanks for your help
>>>
>>
>> Add %D to your Tomcat and Apache Access Logs. It is the response time in
>> milloiseconds (Tomcat) resp. microseconds (Apache). If the number is e.g.
>> slightly above 60000000 for Apache and you had set a timeout of 60 seconds,
>> then you know the problem is that the response takes to long. You can then
>> check Tomcats Access Log to see how long it actually took. If it really
>> takes to long in Tomcat, then take thread dumps to analyze and switch to
>> the Tomcat users mailing list.
>>
>> HTH.
>>
>> Rainer
>>
>>
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>
>
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