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From Aaron Mulder <>
Subject Re: Failure in JMX Connector service
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2006 14:26:46 GMT
One thing you can do is look in /etc/hosts and see if anything is
bound to that IP.

Another this is to edit the config.xml and change the value of the
following attribute like so:

        <gbean name="JMXConnector">
            <attribute name="url">service:jmx:rmi://

change to:

        <gbean name="JMXConnector">

Where of course you put in the proper values instead of the *s.


On 1/11/06, Thomas Peter Berntsen <> wrote:
>  Hi guys,
>  I'm attempting to run Geronimo on a virtual server with Debian Linux
> installed which has been assigned a certain IP address.
>  When starting Geronimo through java -jar server.jar, I get a lot of errors
> relating to JMX.
>  It all starts like this (note that I have replaced the IP address in the
> error message with *.*.*.227 as to not expose a public IP):
>  >
>  11:07:06,699 WARN
> [0/car,J2EEServer=geronimo,j2eeType=GBean,name=JMXService]
> Failure in JMXConnector
> service:jmx:rmi://localhost/jndi/rmi:/JMXConnector
>  11:07:06,701 ERROR [GBeanInstanceState] Error while starting; GBean is now
> in the FAILED state:
> objectName="geronimo.server:J2EEApplication=null,J2EEModule=geronimo/j2ee-security/1.0/car,J2EEServer=geronimo,j2eeType=GBean,name=JMXService"
> Cannot bind to URL [rmi:/JMXConnector]:
> javax.naming.CommunicationException [Root exception is
> java.rmi.ConnectIOException: Exception creating connection to: *.*.*.227;
> nested exception is:
> No route to host]
>  <
>  The interesting thing here is that while the IP address this virtual server
> has been assigned ends with *.*.*.235, the JMX service is trying to connect
> to the IP *.*.*.227.
>  I assume the *.*.*.227 address to be the IP of the server hardware (the
> only explanation I can come up with :-), but I haven't been able to confirm
> this assumption yet.
>  But my question is really (besides metioning the problem here in case other
> people experience it) how I force the JMX service to run with the IP
> *.*.*.235 instead of *.*.*.227?
>  I look forward to hearing from you.
>  Cheers,
>  Thomas

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