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jk-runtime-status missing in /var/log/httpd/

Posted on 2011-09-29
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i have some issues with Apache httpd server ....in /var/log/messages jk-runtime-status is miising and i thing that is a issue .....plss help...http server status is ok
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by:Duncan Roe
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You may need to change /etc/syslog.conf in order for these entries to be logged. Under which facility and priority are the messages output? See also man syslog.conf
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by:coolcap
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checked nothing i have changed ...can u let me know how to chekc the tomact and apache server are talking to each other? i have one apache and one tomcat server..plss help
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for more  infor when i m trying to open http://localhost:8009 it gives empty reply from server what does it mean...m using 8009 port for tomcat
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by:Duncan Roe
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Add the lines below to your /etc/syslog.conf. debug.log will then show everything. If jk-runtime-status is still missing, then Apache is not logging it and nor is any other process
# Everything is logged here.
*.debug                                         -/var/log/debug

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these are the strange logs coming in /var/log/debug

Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_tally(crond:account): option deny=3  allowed in auth phase only Oct  1 11:58:01webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_tally(crond:account): unknown option: no_magic_root Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_tally(crond:account): unknown option: reset Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_unix(crond:session): session opened for user root by (uid=0) Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32203]: (root) CMD (/usr/operations/bin/check_http_logs -pd) Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_unix(crond:session): session closed for user root Oct  1 11:58:02 webserverhostnamesnmpd[2874]: Connection from UDP: [127.0.0.1]:52857 Oct  1 11:58:02 webserverhostnamesnmpd[2874]: Received SNMP packet(s) from UDP: [127.0.0.1]:52857 Oct  1 11:58:02 webserverhostname snmpd[2874]: Connection from UDP: [127.0.0.1]:42897
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Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_tally(crond:account): option deny=3  allowed in auth phase only 
Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_tally(crond:account): unknown option: no_magic_root 
Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_tally(crond:account): unknown option: reset 
Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_unix(crond:session): session opened for user root by (uid=0) 
Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32203]: (root) CMD (/usr/operations/bin/check_http_logs -pd) 
Oct  1 11:58:01 webserverhostname crond[32202]: pam_unix(crond:session): session closed for user root 
Oct  1 11:58:02 webserverhostname snmpd[2874]: Connection from UDP: [127.0.0.1]:52857 
Oct  1 11:58:02 webserverhostname snmpd[2874]: Received SNMP packet(s) from UDP: [127.0.0.1]:52857 
Oct  1 11:58:02 webserverhostname snmpd[2874]: Connection from UDP: [127.0.0.1]:42897

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Not much happening here. Just some cron jobs and SNMP daemon. Do you see messages from Apache if you wait longer?
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thanks for ur help ...it was permission issue .
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