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From Adam Hardy <ahardy.str...@cyberspaceroad.com>
Subject Re: connection refused, localhost not found
Date Mon, 08 Dec 2003 13:47:01 GMT
I took out the welcome-file config in web.xml and now I just get a plain 
status 404.

But the tomcat manager shows the context is started and has a session 
after I try to access it.

On 12/08/2003 02:32 PM Adam Hardy wrote:
> I changed the web.xml and have now managed to get tomcat to generate a 
> status 404. This is also what comes thro to telnet.
> 
> Strange because the context appears in tomcat manager as running, with 
> sessions.
> 
> I'm thinking about upgrading to 5.0.16 on this machine but I wanted to 
> solve this problem before tackling the upgrade.
> 
> On 12/08/2003 02:19 PM Patrick Ale wrote:
> 
>> what happens when you do:
>>
>> telnet localhost 8080 GET /myapp/ HTTP/1.1<enter> host:
>> localhost<enter> <enter> <enter>
>>
>>
>> Patrick Ale System administrator Freeler B.V
>>
>> Email: patrick.ale@hq.freeler.nl Tel.:  +31 320 267678
>>
>> "Muda o mundo, começe com você mesmo"
>>
>>
>>
>>> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht----- Van: Adam Hardy
>>> [mailto:ahardy.struts@cyberspaceroad.com] Verzonden: maandag 8
>>> december 2003 14:16 Aan: Tomcat Users List Onderwerp: Re:
>>> connection refused, localhost not found
>>>
>>>
>>> The app is not running, yup, guess I can't argue with that. 
>>> Unfortunately it's not logging any exceptions. I see that tomcat
>>> starts a session for the context, and it logs the request in 
>>> localhost_access_log, but otherwise, it's dead as a dodo.
>>>
>>> It's definitely on 8080 - the other contexts are obviously on 8080
>>> and still run fine.
>>>
>>> On 12/08/2003 01:41 PM Patrick Ale wrote:
>>>
>>>> Well,
>>>>
>>>> I got this problem with MLDonkey (not really java, I know
>>>
>>>
>>> but hey.. :P)
>>>
>>>> This simply means your program crashes on startup and that
>>>
>>>
>>> nothing listens on port 8080.
>>>
>>>> Now.. dunno what browser you use but I had this with Mozilla. I
>>>> tried to connect to http://localhost:4080/ it didnt find
>>>
>>>
>>> anything on that port so it
>>>
>>>> went on with resolving random/known by mozilla things, till
>>>
>>>
>>> it found localhost.net.au which
>>>
>>>> actually is an existing page.
>>>>
>>>> Motto of this story is: your app is not running or not on
>>>
>>>
>>> port 8080 :-)
>>>
>>>> Patrick Ale System administrator Freeler B.V
>>>>
>>>> "Muda o mundo, começe com você mesmo"
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht----- Van: Adam Hardy
>>>>> [mailto:ahardy.struts@cyberspaceroad.com] Verzonden: maandag 8
>>>>> december 2003 13:29 Aan: Tomcat Users List Onderwerp:
>>>>> connection refused, localhost not found
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Hi Listers I'm sceptical whether anybody else has ever suffered
>>>>> this bizarre problem so I'm not expecting anybody to be able to
>>>>> help,
>>>
>>>
>>> but this is
>>>
>>>>> seriously damaging my enjoyment of Monday morning.
>>>>>
>>>>> I have tomcat 5.0.14 set up on one computer and it works
>>>
>>>
>>> fine mostly,
>>>
>>>>> i.e. root context, JSP examples, manager apps are working fine.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> The problem is with the app I'm developing. On Friday night last 
>>>>> week I did loads of debugging to sort out the JNDI
>>>>> connection pool, e.g. configuring the app context, the web.xml
>>>>> etc.
>>>>>
>>>>> Now when I try to call up http://localhost:8080/myapp/ the browser 
>>>>> zooms off to find http://www.localhost.net.au! When I
>>>>> try http://127.0.0.1:8080/myapp/ I get a 'connection refused'
>>>>> pop-up from the browsers - on my machine and on others. (root 
>>>>> context still
>>>>> works as I said).
>>>>>
>>>>> Obviously I tried restarting tomcat, redeploying the app, taking 
>>>>> out all the filters, changing the context name, checked
>>>>> server.xml.
>>>>>
>>>>> Anybody care to take a wild guess about what I need to do?


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