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"sanity reset" when server won't start?

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Anonymous

Apparently I broke something while changing network-listener and
protocol configs via the web admin gui, because after shutting down,
the server won't restart.

The log file isn't telling me too much -- see http://pastie.org/584655 --
and I'm wondering if there's a way to reset the config to a sane state,
short of reinstalling.

And yes, I'll be putting the config directory under git as soon as I get
this straightened out :-)

Deets: glassfish-v3-preview-b57 on RHEL 5 linux clone, java 1.6.0_13

TIA,
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Hassan Schroeder

On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 5:34 PM, Hassan
Schroeder wrote:
> Apparently I broke something while changing network-listener and
> protocol configs via the web admin gui, because after shutting down,
> the server won't restart.

Major thanks to Justin Lee for catching my parallel plea on IRC --

The problem was that through the gui I was able to delete the entry
for the

max-connections="250" server-name="">


while still having the corresponding listener.

Apparently that's not a good thing :-)

Again, Justin, thanks for the sharp eyes!

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