Address already in use: make_sock: could not bind to port 8101Stop all the application services, verify from the OS that this port is not used, start the services and check again (if possible, reboot the machine).
Apps worked fine before. I solved this issue. Now when i login there is other issue:It would be great if you share with us how you managed to resolve this error.
Request URI:/OA_HTML/OA.jspBefore starting the application back, please make sure that all application processes are killed from the OS.
I stop all services, start them. Clean $COMMON_TOP/_pages folder. Didn't help me.
[Wed Sep 2 21:35:09 2009] [error] (2)No such file or directory: mod_rewrite: Child could not open RewriteLock file /u01/oratest/test2ora/iAS/Apache/Apache/logs/rewrite.lockPlease make sure that this file exists and applmgr user has read/write permission on it.
ajp12: Servlet Error: OracleJSP: oracle.jsp.provider.JspCompileException: <H3>Errors compiling:/u01/oratest/test2comn/_pages/_oa__html//_AppsLocalLogin.java</H3><pre>java.io.IOException: java.io.IOException: /u01/oratest/test2comn/util/java/1.4/j2sdk1.4.2_04/bin/javac: cannot execute</pre>Set the permission as root user, and make sure that applmgr user has read/write/execute permission on testappl, testcomn, and testora directories.
As you can see there is wrong permission in directory.
There is no file rewrite.lock in directory /u01/oratest/test2ora/iAS/Apache/Apache/logs.It should be OK, just make sure that applmgr user can create this file.
How can i check whether i stop all services or not? using adstpall.sh script?Correct, and from the OS verify using "ps -ef | grep applmgr" command.
I stop all services using adstpal.sh script. Then kill http and Apache process. But why this processes still alive when i ran adstpal.sh?The script supposed to kill all the processes provided that permissions are set correctly.
In error_log file i see:Again, it is a permission issue, and I believe that httpd.pid is owned by some user other that applmgr user, so you need to change the permission of this file to allow applmgr user writing to it -- See (Note: 114919.1 - 11i: adapcctl.sh will not start up Apache processes. No error given) for explanation and details.
[Wed Sep 2 22:55:30 2009] [warn] pid file /u01/oratest/test2ora/iAS/Apache/Apache/logs/httpd.pid overwritten -- Unclean shutdown of previous Apache run?
fopen: Permission denied
httpd: could not log pid to file /u01/oratest/test2ora/iAS/Apache/Apache/logs/httpd.pid
I don't understand why.
applmgr it's apps in my condition?applmgr user is an OS user, and this user owns the application tier node files (you can issue "ls -l /u01/oratest/test2comn" to see the owner of application tier node files). Usually, it should be applmgr or appl<sid> (i.e. appltest, applprod, ..etc).
When i start apache and other services i provide apps/apps - username/password.
I don't understand this point:Login as applmgr user, source the application env file, issue "adadmin" and select this option. More details can be found in [Oracle Applications Maintenance Utilities|http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B25284_01/current/acrobat/11iadutil.pdf].
3. Run "Copy Files to Destination" option from adadmin and retest the issue
How can i do that?