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Tomcat: Application getting stopped with error code 610 038

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My tomcat web application stopped working after getting following error.

: Poller failed with error [610 038] : [APR does not understand this error code]

Could you please help with what could be root cause of this error.

posted Jan 27, 2015 by Vijay Shukla

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