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I am running Tomcat 5.5 on Redhat 4. Sometimes when I restart tomcat, Java process does not exit fully and keeps running, using up 100% CPU as a Zombie. I cannot kill it as it is already Zombie. Problem is that it keeps some files locked and also does not release sockets so I cannot restart tomcat. The only way to get rid of them is to reboot the server. I cannot do that because it is a production server and it has more apps running on same.
I think it is a kernel problem. Can someone confirm this? This server is part of OCFS2 cluster and to upgrade kernel, I will need to upgrade kernel and OCFS2 on all servers in the cluster.
Details of the system -
Redhat ES 4.4
Kernel - 2.6.9-42.0.3.ELsmp
Sun Java - 1.5.0_06
OCFS2 - 1.2.5