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From "Juan Ignacio Garzón" <juanignaciogar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat listening on port, but get timeout in browser
Date Wed, 08 Aug 2007 15:29:19 GMT
Are you entering to a static or dynamic (ie servlet, jsp) page? Maybe
its a database timeout, or the application you are running is too
heavy (a performance bug).

Try entering a static page in order to discard an application /
database problem.

2007/8/8, David Doughty <doughty@ciscweb.net>:
>   I've got a Tomcat installation that is acting strange, and not being
> much of a Tomcat geek, I'm feeling a bit lost.  We just rebuilt the java
> application it's supposed to be serving, and restarted Tomcat.  It appears
> (from 'ps' and the log files) to start up just fine; netstat shows a
> process listening on the port (8080); but when we point a browser to the
> port, we get a timeout.  There isn't another app listening on
> that port; no errors in the tomcat logs or /var/log/messages...
>   We've tried going back to older code, up to newer code, and always get the same result.
>   Any suggestions?  Tomcat 4 on Redhat 7; Coyote connector by itself (ie. no webserver).
>      Thanks,
>          David D.
>
>
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