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Java Apps don't start automaticaly after system restart


Since a few days ago when restarting Java application servers of SAP

Portal, the applications deployed don't start for itselfs.

When starting the instance, the memory stops to increase at 500mb. The

only way to start the applications is by the manual way in:

Server -> Services -> Deploy -> Runtime -> Application -> Start


After starting the applications manually the instance starts fine.

I already increased some values in global configuration:


InitialThreadCount = 40

MaxThreadCount = 150

MinThreadCount = 40


InitialThreadCount = 80

MaxThreadCount = 200

MinThreadCount = 80

After the restart the applications are not starting automaticaly yet.

I have 4 instances. The first two instances are starting fine, but the problem is happening with the other 2 instances.

Is there any reason for this type of behavior?

Thanks for the help

Pedro Nunes

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    Sep 02, 2008 at 03:49 PM

    Hello Pedro,

    There was a known problem with some old versions of the J2EE Engine, which is described in note 946434. Can you check if it is not the same?

    You can check the startup mode of the applications by using the following telnet commands in the server's shell:

    add deploy

    get_startup <application name>

    Best Regards, Vyara

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      Hi Pedro,

      Unfortunately I cannot think of anything else, which could cause this behaviour. Most probably there is some difference in the settings of the nodes but I cannot imagine what it could be. Are all applications stopped on the problematic nodes or only some of them? Are there some errors or log entries in the default traces during the startup?

      Best Regards