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From Alex Carvalho da Silva <alexc...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Logrotate killing Tomcat
Date Mon, 02 May 2011 20:11:38 GMT
Hi Thomas,

There isn't in /etc/logrotate.conf a script sending signals to the java
process.
I installed on the last Friday a new server with a new version of Centos
"5.6". In that new server, the tomcat process didn't shutdown.  On the
Centos 5.5, the tomcat process has been shutdown by logrotate.

I Think the problem was solved, probably a bug in Centos 5.5. I'll do more
test and keep you informed.

Thanks,
Alex Carvalho

2011/4/30 Thomas Freitag <thomas@freit.ag>

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> Hi Alex,
>
> On 04/29/2011 07:19 PM, Alex Carvalho da Silva wrote:
> > I ran manually "/usr/sbin/logrotate /etc/logrotate.conf" and the
> aplication
> > shutdown. Can mod_jk shutdown the tomcat?
>
> No it can not. You should look in /etc/logrotate.conf which files are
> referenced. Maybe scripts are sending signals to the java process.
>
> > I suspicious that configuration in my workers.properties:
> >
> > worker.institucional-homologacao-west.socket_timeout=1800
> > worker.institucional-homologacao-west.recycle_timeout=1800
> > worker.institucional-homologacao-west.cache_timeout=1800
>
> At least recycle_timeout and cache_timeout deprecated since several
> years, see
> http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/reference/workers.html for
> description of connection_pool_timeout.
>
> Regards,
> - --
> Thomas Freitag
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