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From Norman Maurer <norman.mau...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Failure at Step 10 of the Quickstart Guide on the James Wiki; connection refused when trying to telnet to remote manager from localhost
Date Thu, 11 Mar 2010 17:20:08 GMT

could you show us the output of

netstat - tuplen



2010/3/11 Zach Valentiner <zvalentiner@gmail.com>:
> My JAMES install (2.3.1) recently stopped working; I was not the person who
> initially installed it, so I'm not up to speed on the technical
> underworkings of JAMES. This person is also unsure of what the problem may
> be. This JAMES install is running on a Debian server, with a Tomcat server
> running as well. The Tomcat server is running flawlessly. I don't have any
> more precise specs of the system offhand, but I could find them if needed.
> I installed 2.3.2 to see if this might fix the problem, and went through the
> initial configuration steps, but at step #10 met the same errors that I was
> encountering before. Namely,
> telnet localhost 4555
> is met with an abrupt
> Trying
> telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused
> I get this error when trying with both 2.3.1 and with 2.3.2. All of the
> JAMES log files that I can find have no entires after the initial startup,
> which seems to complete without error. As I am not able to log into the
> remote manger, the configuration of the new JAMES install can't proceed. I
> also assume that whatever is causing this is what caused the problems in the
> first place.
> I'm not sure where precisely the underlying issue lies, or how to isolate
> it. It's possible that the error lies outside of JAMES, but JAMES is the
> only application that seems to be affected. Any assistance or ideas would be
> greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Zach

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