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From Aadi Deshpande <>
Subject problems shutting down server when enabling the SimpleTcpCluster
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2004 21:59:37 GMT

we have 2 tomcat instances that are clustered via the 
SimpleTcpReplication cluster.

When they start up, i see that they are both communicating and they seem 
to be working OK.

However, whenever I try to shut down an instance using the 
$TOMCAT_HOME/bin/ script, the server never fully dies.

It seems like there around 20 threads still hanging around, all doing 
something related to persisting these sessions.

This is in a development instance so we have maybe 4 or 5 sessions at 
best at any given time,so I'm not sure why replication would take so long.
These servers hang around forever and can only be killed via a  "kill 
-9" .  Any further attempts to run ' stop'  results in the 
connection refused error, presumably because the instance has stopped 
listening on that port for requests. 

And i know the server is attempting to shut down since i get the 
"Unregistering..." messages in my log files.

Any help is much appreciated,

Thanks in advance,

Aadi Deshpande

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