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From "Andrew Greene" <agre...@hennypenny.com>
Subject Server cannot access http://localhost:8080 after unknown event
Date Thu, 07 Sep 2006 20:59:42 GMT
We have applications that rely on Apache's ability to route requests to
Tomcat. Periodically Apache is unable to access Tomcat. We have tracked
down the issue to the server being unable to access Tomcat using
http://localhost:8080. During the time that the server cannot access
Tomcat, any other networked PC can access it using
http://servername:8080. (The server cannot get to Tomcat using the
Network IP address, the servername, localhost or 127.0.0.1.)  This issue
comes up at random intervals. Usually it happens about once a week, but
it has gone as long as six weeks between incidences. We have been unable
so far to find anything else happening at the same time to correlate to
the issue. Our best guess is that is has something to do with the
combination of the specific hardware and software we are running. (We
have a development machine installed on VMWare that has never had the
issue, but it does not get the same usage as the production server.) I
am hoping someone on the list has seen something similar in their
environment and can either point me to a solution or to further steps to
take to track down the issue. Thanks,-Andrew  Vital Stats:Server:IBM
BladeServer Model 8832M1XWindows 2003 SP1Dual 3 GHz Xeon2.5 GB
RAMBladeCenter Chassis:Model 86772XXTomcat:5.5.17Apache:2.0.55

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