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From David E Jones <jone...@hotwaxmedia.com>
Subject Re: New thread, continued strife with first install of ofbiz.
Date Thu, 03 Jul 2008 05:39:31 GMT

Are you trying to install for review, testing, or development  
purposes? If so, I'd recommend you do it on a desktop.

If you're trying to deploy it in a production environment then you may  
need some help. The Technical Production Setup Guide on docs.ofbiz.org  
will also likely be of value.


On Jul 2, 2008, at 11:24 PM, juddco wrote:

> Sorry about the big text blob.  It didn't look that way in my preview.
> juddco wrote:
>> I have started over with a clean install and new database for my  
>> ofbiz
>> install.
>> It was having a hard time starting up with the default Derby DB.   
>> Lots of
>> "Hotspot" failures.  I tried a mysql DB on this host (mediatemple)  
>> and it
>> didn't help.  I tried a mysql 5 DB on my mosso plan, and i get a  
>> lot fewer
>> of those failures.  It also runs through the startup a lot faster.
>> I still get timeout errors when I hit mydomain.com:8080/...  I  
>> called my
>> host and they say I can only use the 80 port for html; that their  
>> system
>> will ignore requests for 8080 and any other ports.  I make the  
>> change to
>> port 80 in ofbiz-containers.xml, serviceengine.xml, and  
>> url.properties
>> just to see what happens.
>> Http11Protocol.java:178:ERROR] Error initializing endpoint
>> java.net.BindException: Permission denied:80
>> (and about four other similar errors).  What I think this tells me  
>> is that
>> I can't grab port 80 to use with ofbiz.  And since they'll ignore  
>> traffic
>> that tries to come in on 8080 (hence my errors) I can't stay on that
>> hosting plan.
>> If I upgrade my plan to dedicated virtual (of course) I can do  
>> whatever I
>> want with the ports.  I can also use mysql 5, and have 512M of  
>> dedicated
>> RAM.  I'm thinking about dropping Mosso and switching over to this  
>> plan (I
>> can't afford to carry both of them right now) but before I do I  
>> want some
>> validation that this will solve my problem.  Moving will be a PITA,  
>> and I
>> saw some conversation on this board about how virtual servers don't  
>> have
>> adequate performance anyway.
>> Am I on the right track with this approach?  In other words, do you  
>> think
>> switching to the plan where I can control the ports will solve my  
>> problem?
>> Am I wasting my time anyway without a dedicated server?  Anything  
>> else I'm
>> missing?
>> As always, I am very grateful for any assistance you can provide.
>> Judd
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