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Apache Tomcat Crashed Automatically !!!!

Apache Tomcat Crashed Automatically !!!!

Apache Tomcat Crashed Automatically !!!!

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Hi,
Currently one of our customer running with Apache Tomcat 7.0.27 with Java Version with JDK 1.7. The customer has a monitoring tool which monitors the tomcat start page at a predefined interval. Last week it was reported that the tomcat start page was stopped responding. When investigated the same I found that the tomcat is not running on the server. I had checked for the logs as well to find out the issue but I did not able to find out anything from the logs. We also observed this tomcat sometimes misbehaves sometimes like the application gets undeployed automatically as well.
So please suggest what would be the exact reason behind it and how to overcome this type of situation in the near future. Please note the Tomcat is running on production environment.

Regards-
Sanjoy

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