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From jean-frederic clere <jfrederic.cl...@fujitsu-siemens.com>
Subject Re: mod_jk won't start "Error while opening the workers"
Date Thu, 11 Oct 2001 08:32:12 GMT
David Esposito wrote:
> 
> Howdy all ...
> 
> I'm having the strangest problem ... I have had mod_jk (apache connecting to
> tomcat) working for the past 2 or 3 months ... however, when i restarted
> Apache today, mysteriously i could not get it to restart ...
> 
> Platform:
> Redhat 7.0
> Apache/1.3.12
> 
> Here's what I know:
> 
> Apache normally will start with or without Tomcat being up ... So most of my
> following tests have been without tomcat up ...
> 
> I have commented out everything in my httpd.conf related to mod_jk ... When
> I do that, Apache starts just fine ...
> 
> When I uncomment JUST the "LoadModule" line, I get the following error (in
> error_log):
> [emerg] (38)Function not implemented: Error while opening the workers
> 
> When I uncomment the "LoadModule", "AddModule" and "JKWorkersFile" lines, I
> get the following error:
> [emerg] (2)No such file or directory: Error while opening the workers
> 
> This is the relevant section of my httpd.conf:
> LoadModule jk_module modules/mod_jk.so
> AddModule mod_jk.c
> JkWorkersFile /export/programs/tomcat/conf/workers.properties

What about the permissions of the JkWorkersFile...

> 
> So, I've checked and, sure enough, my "workers.properties" exists at that
> location ... I've checked the permissions on my mod_jk.so file to make sure
> it was the same as all of the other .so files in the modules directory ...
> I've tried copying mod_jk.so from a different server to make sure that it
> wasn't corrupted ... I've rebooted the server a half dozen times ... I've
> shut off just about every other process that I could to make sure nothing
> was conflicting ... I've tried adding a JkLogFile directive to httpd.conf to
> see if I could get some logging out of the module itself ... nothing was
> generated ...
> 
> To repeat: this all worked fine about 3 hours ago ... (and it had been
> working for the past few months) ... so we're not talking about getting
> things setup for the first time ...
> 
> Please, someone, say you know what is going on ... ;) ... tell me what to
> try ... I have exhausted everything in the book ... next on the list will be
> to upgrade apache to see if the problem goes away ... but that is really a
> last resort ...
> 
> Thanks in advance
> 
> -Dave

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