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From Bocalinda <bocali...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Explanation mod_jk error messages
Date Wed, 30 Sep 2009 15:19:27 GMT
Hi André.

I actually stopped one server on purpose, to test the mod_jk's behavior.
So the errors are not generated due to an overload or something.

I would love to send you the whole workers.properties file and server.xml,
but unfurtunately at this moment I can't.
In advance I can tell you that both Tomncat's are running on diffferent
servers 10.189.x.x, on port 8009 and 8010 respectively.

I stopped the server on port 8009, which coincides with the logs. Although,
it seems strange to me that it keeps trying to send request to that server.

Hope this helps...

2009/9/30 André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com>

> Bocalinda wrote:
> ...
>
>
>> My mod_jk configuration only has the following settings (apart from the
>> port
>> and IP address settings ofcourse):
>>
>
> That is exactly what it would have been interesting to see, along with the
> <Connector> tags in your Tomcat's server.xml files.
>
> What is strange with the error messages you show, is that you never see an
> error in your applications.  Maybe your back-end Tomcats are just overloaded
> from time to time, and have so many connection requests piled up that they
> start refusing new ones ?
>
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