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Cannot start tomcat server with "sudo /etc/init.d/tss-10.0.1 start", it terminates immidiately


Georgi Koemdzhiev

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My team is investigating an issue with one of our environments. Basically the Spotfire service (i.e. tomcat web app) does not want to start when executingthe

sudo/etc/init.d/tss-10.0.1 startcommandit appears to be terminating immediately. Has anyone encountered such an issue before

I was able to see that in the /home/ec2-user/tss/tomcat/logs/logs:

org.apache.catalina.core.StandardServer.await A valid shutdown command was received via the shutdown port. Stopping the Server instance.SoIt looks like the web app was shutdown from sending a request to the "shutdown port" of the tomcat server.

 

Update:

The/etc/init.d/tss-10.0.1 script "thinks" tomcat app is running. However, when I search for "java" in the processes - `ps -ef | grep java` nothing shows up

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