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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 28909] - ajpGetReply recoverable error 120000
Date Tue, 11 May 2004 18:43:34 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From George.Lindholm@ubc.ca  2004-05-11 18:43 -------
I Decided to truss the proccess to see what happens:

accept(4, 0x0027AAF4, 0x0027AB14, 1)            = 13
lwp_mutex_unlock(0xFEC60000)                    = 0
lwp_park(0x00000000, 0)                         = 0
lwp_unpark(100, 1)                              = 0
lwp_mutex_lock(0xFEC60000)                      = 0
read(13, " G E T   / m o n i t o r".., 8000)    = 246
getpid()                                        = 2341 [2338]
write(14, "12 401 +0202\0\b H T T P".., 303)    = 303
read(14, 0x0028CA68, 4)                         Err#131 ECONNRESET
read(14, 0x0028CA6C, 2)                         = 0
write(11, " [ T u e   M a y   1 1  ".., 93)     = 93
write(11, " [ T u e   M a y   1 1  ".., 84)     = 84
write(11, " [ T u e   M a y   1 1  ".., 88)     = 88
close(14)                                       = 0
so_socket(26, 2, 0, "", 1)                      = 14
connect(14, 0x00173A74, 32, 1)                  Err#128 ENETUNREACH
close(14)                                       = 0
so_socket(2, 2, 0, "", 1)                       = 14
connect(14, 0x00173ACC, 16, 1)                  = 0
write(14, "12 401 +0202\0\b H T T P".., 303)    = 303
read(14, " A B\087", 4)                         = 4
read(14, "04\0C8\002 O K\0\003\0\n".., 135)     = 135
read(14, " A B1B ,", 4)                         = 4
read(14, "031B ( < ! D O C T Y P E".., 6956)    = 6956
writev(13, 0xF877B190, 2)                       = 7205
read(14, " A B\002", 4)                         = 4
read(14, "0501", 2)                             = 2


Yet when I truss the JVM I see:
read(11, "12 401 +0202\0\b H T T P".., 2048)    = 303
stat64("/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/webapps/ROOT/monitor/index.jsp", 0xBFF7DE80) = 0
access("/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/webapps/ROOT/monitor/index.jsp", 4) = 0
resolvepath("/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/webapps/ROOT/monitor/index.jsp",
"/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/webapps/ROOT/monitor/in
dex.jsp", 1024) = 55
stat64("/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/webapps/ROOT/monitor/index.jsp", 0xBFF7E038) = 0
stat64("/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/webapps/ROOT/monitor/index.jsp", 0xBFF7E038) = 0
stat64("/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/webapps/ROOT/localhost/monitor/index.jsp",
0xBFF7DFB0) Err#2 ENOENT
lwp_cond_signal(0x0002D2D8)                     = 0
lwp_cond_wait(0x0002D2D8, 0x0002D2C0, 0xF9B7FD30) = 0
lwp_cond_broadcast(0x0002D340)                  = 0
lwp_cond_wait(0x0002D340, 0x0002D328, 0x00000000) = 0
lwp_mutex_wakeup(0x0002D328)                    = 0
lwp_mutex_lock(0x0002D328)                      = 0
stat64("/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/work/_/org/apache/jsp/monitor", 0xBFF7E1C8) = 0
stat64("/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/work/_/org/apache/jsp/monitor/index_jsp.class",
0xBFF7E368) = 0
stat64("/ut04/portal/prod/myUBC2/work/_/org/apache/jsp/monitor/index_jsp.class",
0xBFF7E498) = 0
read(10, "FA F9A l16 u7FFCECF7 D y".., 16)      = 16
write(15, " 1 3 7 . 8 2 . 2 7 . 1 4".., 90)     = 90
send(11, " A B\08704\0C8\002 O K\0".., 139, 0)  = 139
send(11, " A B1B ,031B ( < ! D O C".., 6960, 0) = 6960
poll(0xC127FD48, 0, 50)                         = 0
send(11, " A B\0020501", 6, 0)                  = 6



So why is mod_jk2 seeing the two read() errors (ECONNRESET,ENETUNREACH)
when there are no errors in the JVM?

Is this a solaris bug?

  George 
So is this a Solaris issue?

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