What do the Coldfusion logs say?
Have you checked to see if the IIS Application Pool for the IIS Site is running? Sometimes the Application pool can crash due to performance tuning issues. If it has crashed, restart the Application Pool. From there we will have to look at tuning the Tomcat/IIS connector properties.
Error 503, ColdFusion doesn't have any particular logs related to that.
Thanks for the info! I have already restarted the Applicationpoolldentity for this application. But, no use.
I create a "Failed Request Tracing Rules" in the IIS Manager to capture some information.
Okay, lets check the basic things.
- Is the jakarta alias still configured? It should alias to the [coldfusionroot]/config/wsconfig/[magic number]. If ColdFusion connectors are configured for all sites the 'magic number' is usually 1.
- Make sure that the above folder is still in place.
- Make sure the Isapi Filter 'tomcat' is still configured in IIS for this site.
- Check to see the Handler Mappings for ColdFusion are still configured in IIS for this site.
- Check the web.config file. Some settings are stored in there. If the file was overwritten or removed and ColdFusion specific settings got lost, that can cause this issue.
Appreciate your time..
1. CFIDE and Jakarta are there, and we've only one single application configured under this Instance.
2. I've verified that /runtime/bin/wsconfig.exe
4. Handler Mappings are present in IIS manager.
5. web.confiig is simple and clear it has anonymous authentication true and impersonation "off".
In IIS under Error Pages for the site click Edit Feature Settings (right hand side) and turn on Detailed Errors. Then report back with the exact IIS 503 error.
IIS under Error Pages-for that site Edit Feature settings-> I enabled the details error.
I've re-configured the connector it's started working fine now.