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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Tomcat server starting problem -- "GET /cgi-bin/im0dcsr9/b2b_index.jsp?dpAuthProxyStatus=Fail HTTP/1.1" 500 539
Date Wed, 05 Nov 2014 14:32:25 GMT
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Ravi,

On 11/4/14 11:35 PM, Goli, Ravi (FKN) - contr wrote:
> When I try to start the tomcat by running the httpd. I get the
> below internal server error displayed on the console.

You are already confused, or at least I am. Apache Tomcat is a Java
servlet container and Apache httpd is a (non-Java) web server. Running
httpd does not launch Tomcat.

Furthermore, it would be surprising to see the below message on any
console. When you say "concole" do you mean that you used your web
browser to connect and the browser displayed this message?

> In the access log the below highlighted is all I see. I do not 
> understand yet, what the issue is. It was all working good.

Once it was working well, what did you change? Please remember that
httpd and Tomcat are different services (processes) and both need to
be started in order for them to talk to each other.

I am having a sofea (kind of
> angularJs based architecture) based application running on the 
> tomcat. The issue started happening when I turned on my system
> from sleep/hibernation, basically I didn't shut down the tomcat
> properly before that, not sure if it was shut down even. But then I
> killed the tomcat and I restarted the tomcat didn't fix it. I even
> restarted my machine that too didn't fix it. I am still analyzing.

How do you start Tomcat normally?

> Please share any inputs. Thanks.
> 
> 127.0.0.1 - - [04/Nov/2014:22:38:01 -0500] "GET
> /cgi-bin/im0dcsr9/b2b_index.jsp?dpAuthProxyStatus=Fail HTTP/1.1"
> 500 539 Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal
> error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. 
> Please contact the server administrator, webmaster@localhost and
> inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might
> have done that may have caused the error. More information about
> this error may be available in the server error log.

Did you look at any of the log files in Tomcat's logs/ directory?

How have you connected httpd to Tomcat? mod_jk? mod_proxy_ajp?
mod_proxy_http?

- -chris
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