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Sun Java System Web Proxy Server (4.0.2) - manage server will not start

 
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In short here's the scenario and main problem.
a. Proxy admin server start - no problem
b. Create a new manage server (no proxying - just testing it) using different port. It just won't start. No logs produced either.

Here's the server.xml for the new manage server.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<!--
Copyright (c) 2003 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Use is subject to license terms.
-->

<!DOCTYPE SERVER PUBLIC "-//Sun Microsystems Inc.//DTD Sun Java System Web Proxy Server 4.0//EN" "file:///E:/Sun/ProxyServer40/bin/proxy/dtds/sun-web-proxy-server_4_0.dtd">

<SERVER>
<PROPERTY name="accesslog" value="E:/Sun/ProxyServer40/proxy-server3/logs/access"/>

<LS id="ls1" port="8083" servername="cbaob-b3-csddb1.adp1.cibc.pte"/>

<MIME id="mime1" file="mime.types"/>

<ACLFILE id="acl1" file="E:/Sun/ProxyServer40/httpacl/generated.proxy-server3.acl"/>

<USERDB id="default"/>

<FILECACHE enabled="true" maxage="30" mediumfilesizelimit="537600" mediumfilespace="10485760" smallfilesizelimit="2048" smallfilespace="1048576" transmitfile="false" maxfiles="1024" hashinitsize="0"/>

<CACHE enabled="true" cachecapacity="2000" cachedir="E:/Sun/ProxyServer40/proxy-server3/cache">
<PARTITION partitionname="part1" partitiondir="E:/Sun/ProxyServer40/proxy-server3/cache" maxsize="100" minspace="5" enabled="true"/>
<GC enabled="true" gchimargin="80" gclomargin="70" gcleavefsfull="60" gcextramargin="30"/>
</CACHE>

<LOG file="E:/Sun/ProxyServer40/proxy-server3/logs/errors" loglevel="finest"/>
</SERVER>

Nothing seems to be wrong with this. The XML format follows the specified DTD.
Would appreciate any help.
Thanks.
 
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