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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Apache/mod_jk serves random files from tomcat
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2009 13:44:56 GMT
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Yuval,

On 2/11/2009 1:56 AM, Yuval Perlov wrote:
> What leads me to believe this is unrelated to my application code is
> that restarting apache makes the problem go away.

So, when your site goes crazy, a simple httpd-bounce does the trick? No
Tomcat restart or anything required? Existing users and sessions are all
preserved and pretty much the problem just magically goes away?

Crazy.

I see that you are using httpd 2.2.10. Have you tried downgrading to
2.0.x to see if that helps? I've heard some folks having trouble with
mod_jk 1.2.27, so you might try downgrading to 1.2.26 unless something
vital is in the .27 release that you need.

Those are easier fixes than switching to proxy_http or removing httpd
altogether.

If you watch the network traffic with a TCP sniffer like wireshark, does
it look like request A results in response B instead of (expected)
response A? When the server goes crazy, can you start sending TRACE
requests to see if those get mixed-up? Does all traffic get jumbled, or
just the stuff bound for Tomcat?

- -chris
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