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Cannot start j2ee engine after installation

Hi All,

After installation of WAS 6.30 (Netweaver 04) on IBM AIX 64 bit (with db2) my server is running but very slow.

When the server is stopped and started the first time after the installation the dispatcher is running just fine but the server is not loading all applications. The server is timing out during load but with telnet it’s possible to load the applications manually.

I tried to change the memory settings as described in some of the SAP notes but still no luck.

The server is now failing with the following message in the dev_server0 log file (work directory) and the server is never writing to the output log file.

  • ERROR => JHVM_LoadJavaVM: Cannot create Java VM (rc=-6) [jhvmxx_mt.c 466]

  • ERROR => Cannot load Java VM (<default>) (rc=-1) [jlnchxxi_mt. 557]

JLaunchCloseProgram: good bye (exitcode=-1)

Changing the memory settings back again doesn’t change anything. The server is not starting!

The server has 2Gb of memory, enough disk space and is running the correct JDK version.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance!

Regards

Michael

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2004 at 04:32 PM

    Hello Michael,

    Most probably your JVM settings are not correct and jlaunch cannot create a java process. Please double check the note 716927.

    Kind Regards

    Vyara

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2004 at 04:37 PM

    You might review your AIX virtual memory settings too per OSS Note 78498. The old vmtune executable is now vmo in AIX5.

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