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What is the significance of this warning message in mod_jk.log and how do we stop it?

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We have the following [warn] message logged in the Apachee Tomcat mod_jk.log file every few 100ths of a second.

[Mon Apr 13 09:59:27 2009] [warn]  map_uri_to_worker::jk_uri_worker_map.c (429): Uri * is invalid. Uri must start with /

What does this signify and how might we stop if from being logged?

We are running RHEL 5.2  Apache 2.2.11  Tomcat 5.5.27  jkconnector 1.2.27
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> What does this signify

That means that the uri field of the request record does not start with a leading slash and no worker could be assigned by the function map_uri_to_worker().

> how do we stop it

Find the module which modifies r->uri to something invalid. May be there are some hints in your log if you change the loglevel to debug,

JkLogLevel   debug

How does your JkMount directive look like?
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