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Solman's j2ee engine, server0, wont start (exitcode -11113)

Hi experts,

I have a freshly installed solution manager, but the windows server had a reboot due to windows update and since the reboot, the server0 does not start and had an exit code -1113 -11113 (Core service or additional service start fails: "HaltOnAdditionalServiceFailure=true"(service manager)


I tried looking for some infos on the web and found this post :

https://scn.sap.com/thread/3300828

j2ee server process stopped with JLaunchCloseProgram: good bye (exitcode = -11113) - Toolbox for IT Groups

But I am fresh to Solution Manager and did not know which user to reset, nor how. I can't connect to http://host:5000 since the server isn't started and in SU01, I don't see any user created during the installation (J2EE_GUEST, SAPJSF and J2EE_USER)

Any informations ?

Regards,

Dimitri

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 09:52 AM

    Hi Dimitri,

    You have to check the log std_server0.out file.

    Moreover , you have to check the user in SU01 in 001 client.

    Kindly paste the std_server0.out log file.

    With Regards

    Ashutosh Chaturvedi

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 09:52 AM

    Hi Dimitri,

    It may be that the JAVA instance cannot start due to something else using its port.

    Check the ports in use and output to a file, for example:

    CMD Prompt: netstat -aonb >> c:\temp\PIDS.txt

    Or find the port in use by the JAVA system:

    netstat /o /a | find "<insert_port_number_here>"

    Then you can go to task manager to see what is using it.

    Also, it may be the ABAP stack using the port! Try starting JAVA a little bit before ABAP.

    Andy

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