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Rajiv Mordani

Ok some more update on this - Kedar and I tried it on my solaris x86
machine. Below is the scenario -

I have tomcat running on port 8080 that seems to be bound to localhost
as the host name.
On the same machine and interface I also am starting up glassfish v3
(last night's build) and the server comes up just fine.

However when we try to access

http://localhost:8080 we get the tomcat page and when we access the
:8080 we get GlassFish responding.

Maybe the server's instance are bound with host name? Also this seems
related to
https://glassfish.dev.java.net/servlets/ReadMsg?listName=users&msgNo=24110

Jeanfrancois?

- Rajiv

Shing Wai Chan wrote:
> Jerome Dochez wrote:
>> Jeanfrancois Arcand wrote:
>>> Salu,
>>>
>>> Harsha Godugu wrote:
>>>> On 09/11/08 18:14, Shing-Wai.Chan@Sun.COM wrote:
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> I have a discussion with Rajiv.
>>>>> Here is what we see.
>>>>> 1. port 8080 was occupied by another process in the machine
>>>>> 2. start v3 by asadmin without any error message
>>>>> asadmin start-domain domain1
>>>>> Name of the domain started: [domain1] and
>>>>> its location:
>>>>> [/export/gfv3/src/install/glassfish/domains/domain1].
>>>>> Admin port for the domain: [4848].
>>>>> 3. deployment with error
>>>>> asadmin deploy hellojsp.war
>>>>> Remote server does not listen for requests on
>>>>> [localhost:4,848].
>>>>> Is the server up?
>>>>> Command deploy failed.
>>>>>
>>>>> I understand that we have (2) as the container have not started.
>>>>> But should we check the port in (2)?
>>>> Yes. We should. I also bumped into this issue. It took a while to
>>>> figure what was happening.
>>>> This is a p2 bug :-)
>>>>
>>>
>>> Jerome can comments, but I think the current behavior is expected ;-)
>> first of all, it's probably a bad idea to run your bit-torrent on
>> 4848 ;-)
> I have something occupied 8080 rather than 4848.
> They have just opened issue 6083 for this.
> Shing Wai Chan
>>
>> I can indeed reproduce the issue (not that I have bit-torrent), Jean
>> Francois, looks like you are not generating an exception when opening
>> the port so I cannot trigger the shutdown.
>>
>> for instance if you do
>>
>>
>> java -jar glassfish.jar (works fine)
>> then another one....
>> java -jar glassfish.jar (it fails to open the port, shutdown is
>> initiated and performed).
>>
>> with the port occupied by something else than grizzly, it looks like
>> Grizzly did not generate the
>> java.net.BindException: Address already in use:
>> 4848=com.sun.grizzly.http.SelectorThreadHandler@63a1ae
>>
>> any idea ?
>>>
>>> A+
>>>
>>> -- Jeanfrancois
>>>
>>>
>>>> thanks...
>>>>> (If 8080 is occupied by another http engine, then one may (by
>>>>> mistake) think
>>>>> that v3 is up. But in fact, another process is serving the
>>>>> request!!! This is an
>>>>> issue.)
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>> Shing Wai Chan
>>>>>
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