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From "John Bateman" <>
Subject confusion on running Stand alone
Date Tue, 24 Oct 2000 20:53:26 GMT

I'm a bit confused over all the documentation I've been reading. It tells me
to run the tomcat server in stand alone mode and verify that I can get the
servlets working before I try running it in or out of process with another

This I understand, but I can't seem to find an example on how to verify that
my stand alone configuration works.

The tomcat seems to start fine and when I telnet to the IP address of my
server on port 8080 (or even port 8007) there's a response from something
sitting there waiting for a connection, but, when I try accessing
http://serverip:8080/index.html OR http://serverip:8080/test/index.html I
always get DNS can't locate server errors.

The log files seem to be happy with the exception that I occasionally see
this error message in the tomcat.log file. the error is marked by *'s, I've
just included the whole log file as it's quite small and maybe the insight
will help.
(FYI: /usr/local/tomcat is a symbolic link to /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat)

Starting tomcat install="/usr/local/tomcat" home="/usr/local/jakarta-tomcat"
Context log: path="/admin" Automatic context load
Context log: path="/admin" Adding context path="/admin"
Starting endpoint port="8080"
Starting endpoint port="8007"
**** Error reading request connection reset ****

Thanks a million.

John Bateman
Cyber World Group Inc.

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