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From "Nadia Kunkov" <nad...@parkerglobal.com>
Subject RE: setting tomcat to listen on port 80
Date Wed, 05 Nov 2003 18:52:00 GMT
I should mention I'm running Tomcat on Linux...  I'm not sure if that makes any difference.
N.K.

-----Original Message-----
From: V.Karthik Kumar [mailto:kkgoesnuts@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 1:47 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: setting tomcat to listen on port 80


I really don't know how to help you. The server.xml
file works well in Windows (i've tried it out, on port
80).

So, temporarily, till one of us comes up with a
solution, start httpd, and give a redirection page to 
http://yourhost:8080.

Tomcat uses more ports such as a Shutdown Port / AJP13
Port etc.

This you can see in all the <Connector> lists in
server.xml file.

There is nothing wrong in using port 80. It works well
on Windows.. But i really don't know why it doesn't
work on Linux.

(That doesn't answer the question anyway)

--- Nadia Kunkov <nadiak@parkerglobal.com> wrote:
> I'd like Tomcat 4 to be listening on port 80. I have
> changed
> server.xml file
> to read: <Connector name =
> org.apache.catalina.connector.http.HttpConnector  
> port = 80 >.
> I'm running as root, I know only root can access
> this port.
> When I try to start Tomcat (tomcat4 start) I get a
> message: bind
> exception - permission denied:80, bind exception -
> 8005 address already in use.
> So I found a file /etc/tomcat4/tomcat4.conf where I
> changed tomcat-user to "root".
> Now when I try to start Tomcat I only have one
> error: bind exception 8005 address already in use.
> 
> My httpd is disabled, since we are using Tomcat as
> web server. 
> In Firewall configuration I added a line with Accept
> action for port
> 80. It created an /etc/sysconfig/ipchains file.
> When I ran netstat -tupan I see no entry for port
> 80. But there is an entry for port 8005 that reads
> "Java".
> Could you explain to me what does it all mean?  I'm
> pretty new to this stuff so bear with me. Dies
> Tomcat need both ports 80 and 8005?  Isn't Java mean
> Tomcat is listening on 8005?  Anyway how can I make
> Tomcat listen on port 80?  Just changing server.xml
> doesn't seem to be enough.
> 
> Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks in advance.
> N.K
> 
> 
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