0 Replies Latest reply on Jul 2, 2007 3:39 PM by Chan Naidoo

    Ports disappear in JBoss 3.2.6

    Chan Naidoo Newbie

      Please Help !!!
      Hi,

      We are running a CRM application on JBoss 3.2.6. across 4 HP Unix hosts. Each unix host possesses 4 JBoss Process Kernels.
      The lsof utility provides a breakdown of each pid. This is what i see which is quite wierd. If anyone can give me an explanation i would be most greatful !!!

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      The pids listed are those belonging to each VM on one host and was taken on 070622 at 17h16.

      $ grep LIST instfd_mp2hs100_070622_1716.log|grep 280|grep -v 4099
      java 11434 user 68u IPv4 0x958e2280 0t0 TCP *:9280 (LISTEN)
      java 11443 user 68u IPv4 0x5f0d2500 0t0 TCP *:10280 (LISTEN)
      java 11453 user 68u IPv4 0x60271880 0t0 TCP *:11280 LISTEN)
      java 11462 user 68u IPv4 0x5f0d2500 0t0 TCP *:10280 (LISTEN)

      About 12 minutes later, the pids are all the same, implying that the VM's were not restarted, but the listening ports are now all 9280 on the same host ????? Why ?
      $ grep LIST instfd_mp2hs100_070622_1728.log|grep 280|grep -v 4099
      java 11434 user 68u IPv4 0x958e2280 0t0 TCP *:9280 (LISTEN)
      java 11443 user 68u IPv4 0x958e2280 0t0 TCP *:9280 (LISTEN)
      java 11453 user 68u IPv4 0x958e2280 0t0 TCP *:9280 (LISTEN)
      java 11462 user 68u IPv4 0x958e2280 0t0 TCP *:9280 (LISTEN)

      Any ideas ?
      Regards
      Chan