11 Replies Latest reply on Jan 24, 2003 3:11 PM by David

    No processor available, rejecting this connection

    Sanjay Sanjay Newbie

      I am using JBoss-2.4.4_Tomcat-4.0.1 bundle. After sometime JBOSS console shows "No processor available, rejecting this connection" msg and nothing works afterwards.

      Any idea how to fix this problem???

      Thanks

        • 2. Re: No processor available, rejecting this connection
          Tommy Berglund Newbie

          Try this:

          Open your jboss.jcml file and change the following line



          to


          200


          That should do the trick, at least it did for me!

          /ToMmY

          • 3. Re: No processor available, rejecting this connection
            Chris Wilson Newbie

            Yes,

            Raising the number of request processors has helped the problem for me as well. However, that doesn't really solve the problem... Why are request processors getting hung up and not returing for duty? Seems like there's some kind of leak somewhere.

            • 4. Re: No processor available, rejecting this connection
              Sanjay Sanjay Newbie

              It didn't increase the number of connection but I hooked it up with Apache using mod_jk and since then I never saw this error again.

              I think it is the problem only when your App server is also acting as your web server

              • 5. Re: No processor available, rejecting this connection
                Alkesh Newbie

                I am facing the same problem. but I dont get what is mod_jk? Are you using different Application server and web server? which server you are using?

                Thanks in Advance
                Alkesh

                • 6. Re: No processor available, rejecting this connection
                  Björn Kunze Newbie

                  Hallo,

                  I have the same problem as sjain ("No processor available" error message) but I use JBoss 3.0.0.
                  Where can I set the MaxProcessors attribute under JBoss 3.0.0/Tomcat 4.0.3

                  Best regards

                  Björn

                  > Try this:
                  >
                  > Open your jboss.jcml file and change the following
                  > line
                  >
                  > code="org.jboss.web.catalina.EmbeddedCatalinaServiceSX
                  > name="DefaultDomain:service=EmbeddedTomcat"/>
                  >
                  > to
                  >
                  > code="org.jboss.web.catalina.EmbeddedCatalinaServiceSX
                  > name="DefaultDomain:service=EmbeddedTomcat">
                  > 200
                  >
                  >
                  > That should do the trick, at least it did for me!
                  >
                  > /ToMmY

                  • 7. Re: No processor available, rejecting this connection
                    Björn Kunze Newbie

                    Hallo,

                    I found the necessary setting. For anybody who might be interested:

                    the MaxProcessors parameter can be set in the tomcat4-service.xml file.



                    ....
                    <!-- A HTTP Connector on port 8080 -->
                    <Connector className = "org.apache.catalina.connector.http.HttpConnector"
                    port = "8080" minProcessors = "3" maxProcessors = "200" enableLookups = "true"
                    acceptCount = "10" debug = "0" connectionTimeout = "60000"/>

                    • 8. [b]No processor available, rejecting this connection[/b]
                      David Newbie

                      I'm using JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12 on Linux o/s.
                      I'm unable to get rid of this "No processor available, rejecting this connection" problem... As I have 30 concurrent clients requesting a deployed servlet on Tomcat.

                      I have tried to boost the "MaxProcessor" in the 8080 HTTP-connector attribute of Tomcat's server.xml file found under the following Tomcat directory.. But it is of no use:
                      JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12/tomcat-4.1.x/conf/

                      I couldn't find in this installation the referenced tomcat4-service.xml file under JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12/server/(default/all/min)/conf/

                      should I create this tomcat4-service.xml. if so where do I put it. Or rather should I deploy it intsead to get it working for me.

                      Any help is greatly appreciated.
                      Dave.

                      • 9. Re: No processor available, rejecting this connection
                        David Newbie

                        I'm using JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12 on Linux o/s.
                        I'm unable to get rid of this "No processor available, rejecting this connection" problem... As I have 30 concurrent clients requesting a deployed servlet on Tomcat.

                        I have tried to boost the "MaxProcessor" in the 8080 HTTP-connector attribute of Tomcat's server.xml file found under the following Tomcat directory.. But it is of no use:
                        JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12/tomcat-4.1.x/conf/

                        I couldn't find in this installation the referenced tomcat4-service.xml file under JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12/server/(default/all/min)/conf/

                        should I create this tomcat4-service.xml. if so where do I put it. Or rather should I deploy it intsead to get it working for me.

                        Any help is greatly appreciated.
                        Dave.

                        • 10. Re: No processor available, rejecting this connection
                          David Newbie

                          I'm using JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12 on Linux o/s.
                          I'm unable to get rid of this "No processor available, rejecting this connection" problem... As I have 30 concurrent clients requesting a deployed servlet on Tomcat.

                          I have tried to boost the "MaxProcessor" in the 8080 HTTP-connector attribute of Tomcat's server.xml file found under the following Tomcat directory.. But it is of no use:
                          JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12/tomcat-4.1.x/conf/

                          I couldn't find in this installation the referenced tomcat4-service.xml file under JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12/server/(default/all/min)/conf/

                          should I create this tomcat4-service.xml. if so where do I put it. Or rather should I deploy it intsead to get it working for me.

                          Any help is greatly appreciated.
                          Dave.

                          • 11. Re: No processor available, rejecting this connection
                            David Newbie

                            I'm using JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12 on Linux o/s.
                            I'm unable to get rid of this "No processor available, rejecting this connection" problem... As I have 30 concurrent clients requesting a deployed servlet on Tomcat.

                            I have tried to boost the "MaxProcessor" in the 8080 HTTP-connector attribute of Tomcat's server.xml file found under the following Tomcat directory.. But it is of no use:
                            JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12/tomcat-4.1.x/conf/

                            I couldn't find in this installation the referenced tomcat4-service.xml file under JBoss-3.0.4_Tomcat-4.1.12/server/(default/all/min)/conf/

                            should I create this tomcat4-service.xml. if so where do I put it. Or rather should I deploy it intsead to get it working for me.

                            Any help is greatly appreciated.
                            Dave.