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j2ee file corruption

hi all,

Is there a way in SAP to check if an java engine has corruption, couple of days back we had an portal suddenly not responding to logins(gives a login page but nothing happens after entering username/passwd) and later with fsck the unix guys discovered the j2ee files were corrupted, is anyone aware of any tools in SAP which can inform of corruption ?

Thank you

Jonu

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    May 09, 2013 at 04:36 AM

    Hello Jonu,

    Have a try with the below Sap Notes from service.sap.com which i found working on  Sap Java stack problems.

    1095476 Information for troubleshooting of the AS Java 1004255 How to create a full HPROF heap dump of J2EE Engine 6.40/7.0 746917 FAQ Content Player - SAP Learning Solution 742395 Analyzing High CPU usage by the J2EE Engine 724719 How to enable HTTP tracing in the SAP J2EE Engine 6.40/7.0 710154 How to create a thread dump for the J2EE Engine 6.40/7.0 710146 How to change J2EE Engine JVM Settings







    Have a Try with this: if your problem get resolved please do write the procedure you have taken. All the best!! 😊

    Regards

    Alen



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  • May 09, 2013 at 07:43 AM

    Good Day

    is anyone aware of any tools in SAP which can inform of corruption ?

    To the best of my knowledge there isn't tool available for identifying any corruption of the J2EE related files.

    What files are we talking here ?

    Did you get a chance to check the server node trace files and the default traces ?

    Has there been any indication about any errors related to the files the J2EE engine uses ?

    Cheers

    RB

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