We have powerful Solaris server which hosts 2 sets of Apache 2.0.48 -> JBoss
3.07 with Tomcat 4.1.18
using mod_jk2 2.0.2, running a bunch of web applications.
They are configured to run independently (2 server names, 2 virtual servers,
different ports, etc.)
Used to run without a single glitch for about 1/2 year.
Yesterday we had a power failure, so the server crashed.
After that we rebooted it, it automatically started Apache, we manually
One set was totally restored (no problems whatsoever), but another one has a
- if you try to run any of the applications, getting error 404;
- if you try to go to the main page: http://myserver1.com , you are getting
index.jsp (Tomcat's main page
with the cat);
- but if you try to use port 8080 (http://myserver1.com:8080 ), getting main
page and all the apps just fine.
Even tried to kill the second instance of java process for JBoss/Tomcat -
same exact picture on server1
(ghost tomcat? - no catalina or tomcat proccesses running)
Actually, is Tomcat a java process ?(seem to have tomcat.exe in bin
I interpreted it as a failure of something in the Apache-Tomcat-JBoss
So I tried to do the following:
- reboot server - same problem;
- reinstalled Apache, copied all config files and modules (imcl. ) from old
instance of Apache to a new one - same;
- after that restarted JBoss - same.
Nobody touched any config files.
I forgot to mention that if I shutdown the second instance of JBoss/Tomcat,
on the second instance of Apache http://myserver2.com I am getting error "Internal Server Error" (that is a normal behavior, right ?),
but on the first instance of Apache http://myserver1.com I still get the
same Tomcat admin page with the cat (index.jsp)
although no java processes are running.
If I go to any application on either server, getting error 404 "Resource not
Can you explain how can I get that Tomcat's webapps/admin/index.jsp page when JBoss/Tomcat is down,
is that mod_jk2 doing somehow ?
Could you please suggest what might be wrong and how to fix it ?
Please help !