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ya i did restarting (8-10 times) everything from scratch by shutting down every process. ya even after restarting from scratch it still gives the same error.
No i dont see the heap memory errors in sawlog.log file apart from one error which is
[2013-04-02T16:31:19.000-04:00] [OBIPS] [ERROR:31]  [saw.rpc.client.impl.verify] [ecid: 004qMODs8d66MQkD^zk3wa0001NH000004,0] [tid: 1083955520] An error occurred during connect to "184.108.40.206:9810". Connection refused [Socket:20][[
and this is related to javahost itself as its not running so it keeps writing these above errors in sawlog.log file as the port 9810 is related to javahost.
no i checked the firewall its not blocking it. the port is not being used its free. when i tried doing telnet to port 9810 its says connection refused thats expected because its not running. So i tried few other ports too on which the application is not running the result is same. the ports are not being used by any application so it says connection refused, but to the one's on which the application is running it shows connection accepted.
any other inputs.