It seems that every few minutes I get a connection refused message from my browser, which only can be cleared by stopping and starting Jira.
The connection refused triggers intermittently; for example, I can view a page, but then maybe a minute later that same page won't display on refresh.
I have a fresh installation of JIRA 7.1.9 Software running on a CentOS 6.8 VPS with MySQL 5.6.31.
PID file found but no matching process was found. Stop aborted."
Some things I tried:
I can show logs, but not sure which one would be pertinent in this case.
What do the application logs say? Next time you get this, stop JIRA, go find the <JIRA home>/logs directory and read up from the bottom (probably atlassian-jira.log, but the others might have something). Same for <JIRA installation>/log - that should have some tomcat logs in it - possibly catalina.out, but again, others in here might tell you a lot too.
I'm expecting some catastrophic error that is stopping the application responding, like an out of memory error
I grep'd the install and app log directories and found no out of memory messages. I wasn't able to find anything that timed with the service going down. But I did find quite a few log entries that referenced allocated memory, values that exceeded my vps limits. The service has been stable since my last post, so I'd like to say your advice resolved it.
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