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Tomcat: Invalid message received with signature

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While doing some testing out of the blue seeing a string of SEVERE messages in catalina.out. Apache is not running and in fact has been uninstalled. The proxyPort directive has been removed from the Tomcat server.xml connector config, and Tomcat has been rebooted. I was using http not ajp.

connectionTimeout="20000"
redirectPort="8445"
org.apache.coyote.ajp.AjpMessage processHeader
SEVERE: Invalid message received with signature xxxx

Any pointer?

posted Dec 5, 2013 by Meenal Mishra

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It would seem that you still have an AJP configured in the server.xml that's actually being used. First, make sure your Tomcat is using the server.xml you're editing (e.g., don't run it under an IDE). If that doesn't resolve the issue, post your entire server.xml here, minus comments and with sensitive fields obfuscated. Also look in all of the Tomcat logs for startup information about the various connectors and listeners that are active.

answer Dec 5, 2013 by Bob Wise
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