The problem is known to occur when Access Manager 7.0 is deployed a web server, and the "-Xss128k" JVM option is used with 64-bit JVM on the web container. The problem can occur with any java application. For 64-bit JVM's, the minimum per thread stack size should be 256k, -Xss256k, or even 512k since 64-bit VM's default per thread stack size is 1 mb.
Solution: For 64-bit JVMs, the minimum per thread stack size should be 512k since the 64-bit JVM default per thread stack size is 1 mb. The 64-bit JVM support was introduced starting with Web Server 6.1 SP5. Application Server 8.1 and 8.2 do not support 64-bit JVM, but Application Server 9.1 will. Access Manager and its amtune scripts support 64-bit JVM starting with AM 7.0 Patch 5. For more information, see http://java.sun.com/docs/hotspot/threads/threads.html
Apache Web Server crashes when Web Agent is deployed.
Solution: There is no solution at this time. Running the Apache Server in multi-process mode (MPM) of compilation and runtime modes are not supported by our Apache Agent in Access Manager.
The problem occurs When Access Manager server is configured in SSL mode and there is outbound SSL traffic from Access Manager server to another Access Manager server or Directory Server. In some rare situations where SSL socket calls don't get closed and queue up, the Access Manager server can crash if it is configured in the default NSS/JSS mode of SSL.
Solution: Upgrade to JSS 4.2.5.
Web Server crashes when a customized JSP page for Access Manager is deployed in Sun Java System Web Server. The problem occurs when using a Web Server version prior to 6.1 SP8. The problem is due to a known problem in Sun Web Server that is unrelated to Access Manager server. If the JSP has calls to HttpServlet.getScheme or HttpServlet.service, the Web Server can crash.
Solution: Upgrade to Web Server 6.1 SP8.
The problem is known to occur when using Sun Fire T1000/T2000 hardware (cool threads, Niagara boxes) to deploy Access Manager server with Sun Java System Application Server or Sun Java System Web Server.
Solution: Set the appropriate memory library the Application Server asenv.conf file or in the Web Server start script. For Application Server, in the asenv.conf file, replace LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/libmtmalloc.so with LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/libumem.so. For more information, see http://www.sun.com/servers/coolthreads/tnb/applications_sunone.jsp.
For Web Server in the start script, replace LIBMTMALLOC=/usr/lib/libmtmalloc.so with LIBMTMALLOC=/usr/lib/libumem.so..
Use the latest JDK 1.5 version, at least 1.5.0_08 or later when Sun Fire T1000/T2000 boxes are used for Access Manager server deployments.