2012-06-28 10:35:21,902 ERROR [http-80-11] [[Standalone].[localhost].[/].[noop]] log Servlet.service() for servlet noop threw exception
java.lang.IllegalStateException: Required plugin module com.atlassian.confluence.plugins.soy:soy-core-functions was either missing or disabled
This is related to core plugins, I think. Check in the plugins manager and make sure that all the plugins you use are enabled in the plugin manager (especially the System Plugins). Be sure to look for plugins where not all modules are enabled. For example, you can enable/disable some of the modules within a plugin like the HTML plugin.
Thanks Don. The issue I was seeing was that this and many other system plugins were being disabled when Confluence restarted. I believe it ended up being memory issues. Confluence was running on a 32bit Windows machine and the memory was maxed out. I don't recall getting OOM errors but I'm pretty sure we solved it by moving to a 64bit machine with more RAM.
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