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problem at server start up

indu iyengar
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Hi all,

Just today I came from vacation, and when I tried to start server, it shows an alert of 'jboss has encountered a problem...' I don't know what happend in the mid
and in stack trace, with so..many exceptions.. like this
am using jboss 5.1 with jdk 1.6.(am not changed any versions right now)

guys, please help me


thanks ,
Indu
Jaikiran Pai
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Please post the entire exception stacktrace and also more details on how you are starting the server and whether it has any applications deployed in it.

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indu iyengar
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thanks Jai..
stacktrace

and
jboss/.../default
folder it appears to be with some lock symbol ...
Jaikiran Pai
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The real exception stacktrace will be somewhere before the "Failed to boot:" message. Can you post that?
indu iyengar
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Now the stackTrace is -->>>
Jaikiran Pai
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These are some core classes that it's complaining about. Are you sure the JBoss AS is clean and nothing changed and someone removed or messed up the installation? Try deploying your application to a new and clean JBoss AS instance.

 
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