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OK, after another 8 hours of analysis we found the root cause.
Who would have thought, it is not Tomcat and the Tomcat cluster configuration is correct. It is BMC with its Remedy Single SignOn integration. I can already guess the answer "works as design" but in detail it's total nonsense in a cluster.
I will explain it in another article with a different title, otherwise you won't find the information again.When I'm done, I link both posts.
Sorry for late reply. In my scenario I have cluster configured on windows environment for me both scenarios works manual stopping of Tomcat Service from services.msc or killing process from Task Manager. But difference is we are not using RSSO.
Agree with you referring BMC docs never worked for me I have copied Cluster Tags from Tomcat site which eventually worked. Thanks for sharing your valuable information !! It will be very helpful as BMC docs or communities doesn't have much information about MidTier/Tomcat Clustering feature or related issues.