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We are facing the Problem in our production server. The application was running fine for a day or two and later getting "Requested resource is not available for the initial jsp". From logs we can see that there are no errors while forwarding to jsp in the servlet. The issue was fixed when we restarted the server. Imagine restarting servers in production environment.

Jboss Version :jboss-as-7.0.1.Final
Server : Centos 64 bit

Any solution will be appreciable.
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Is the server actually running when the errors occur or did it get evicted?
..>Thinking along the lines of excessive memory usage and the system killed it
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server url wont get any response. In log i have checked their is error found.
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