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From Aurélien Terrestris <aterrest...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat7 / Axis2
Date Mon, 22 Aug 2016 19:36:21 GMT
"We have a Tomcat 7 and Axis 2 for our Java SOAP web service over https on
our Ubuntu server. We also use C3PO connection pooling (also in other web
services which is working fine). However, I´m not sure if this is related
to the topic."

I believe it is. Is the faulty web service getting requests all the time,
or there are some long time without requests ?
I can't speak for all the mailing list, but myself I do a daily restart of
my Tomcats to prevent such problem.


2016-08-22 17:32 GMT+02:00 Matthias Schmitt <m.schmitt@colo21.com>:

> Hello everybody,
>
> We have a Tomcat 7 and Axis 2 for our Java SOAP web service over https on
> our Ubuntu server. We also use C3PO connection pooling (also in other web
> services which is working fine). However, I´m not sure if this is related
> to the topic.
>
> The web service is working for about two/three days and after that time
> period it´s not working anymore. Then our consuming customer receives a
> Read Timeout Exception. After restarting the Tomcat servlet everything is
> working fine again. Processing the request has a duration of about 3
> seconds. The Axis 2 has a default socket timeout of 30 seconds. Our
> customer has a wait timeout of 60 seconds. The strange thing about the
> problem is that it´s working for amount of time and then the problem
> occurs. Even if we increase the client timeout it seems like the request
> will be not processed. Also increasing the socket timeout value in axis
> configuration does not take effect. There is no exception message in the
> log that could help us to reproduce the problem.
>
> Thanks for your help,
>
> Mit besten Grüßen/with best regards
>
> Matthias Schmitt
>
>
>
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