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From Filippo Capocasale <keroua...@gsmbox.it>
Subject Re: XML-RPC server suddently stops responding
Date Tue, 30 Mar 2004 17:17:39 GMT
   Hi Dave,
unluckily I cannot restart the server, because we have to guarrantee 24H availability.
Anyway I thank you for your suggest!
   Bye!
  Filippo


Scrive Dave Stewart <dstewart@aquaflo.com>:

> Hi Filippo!
> 
> I don't have any answers for you as to why this is happening,
> but I've 
> been (unnecessarily?) fearful of something similar. In my
> case, I'm 
> able to have cron restart the rpc server daily (at 1:00 AM).
> 
> If that is a possibility for you as well, we could get you
> going again. 
> Especially if no one else has any ideas.
> ;-)
> 
> 
> On Mar 30, 2004, at 5:37 AM, Filippo Capocasale wrote:
> 
> >    Hello everybody!
> > I am facing a severe problem and I really hope someone may
> help me.
> > I have a java application running on Solaris.
> > This application starts an xml-rpc servers, and some handler
> is 
> > registered.
> > I am using the version 1.2-b1 of Apache xml-rpc.
> > I have a huge number of clients connecting to this xml-rpc
> server.
> > Everything works correctly for several days (i.e. thowsands
> of 
> > connections); then, suddently, the server stops responding.
> > I don't see any error in the logs of my application, the
> process is 
> > still up and running (the same application has got another
> xml-rpc 
> > server listening on another port and it works perfectly),
> the server 
> > seems to be in listening on the port (I see it by the
> command netstat 
> > -a).
> > On the client side I see the error: "Unexpected end of file
> from 
> > server".
> > It looks like the server truncates every incoming
> connection.
> > There is no problem with firewalls: I've also tried to run a
> client on 
> > the same machine.
> > If I restart my application everything restarts working
> fine.
> > Well, this is the situation, and I really don't know what to
> do...
> > I just hope it is not an overload problem...
> >
> > I would really apreciate every help or suggestion!!!
> >    Thankyou very much,
> >            Filippo
> >
> >
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> 
> Dave Stewart
> Aqua~Flo Supply (Goleta CA)
> dstewart at aquaflo dot com
> 
> The trouble with doing something right the first time
> is that nobody appreciates how difficult it was.
> 
> 


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