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From André Warnier ...@ice-sa.com>
Subject Re: Running multiple tomcats
Date Fri, 21 Aug 2009 15:38:40 GMT
Malladi, Sasikanth wrote:
> No, no forwarding problems, as I can access the original instance at http://myhost:8080
> It's just that my instance at http://myhost:8008 is not responding.
> It's not the localhost, but a remote Solaris box.
> 
What is the exact error message you are getting in the browser, when you 
try to access http://myhost:8080 ?
And, when you try the following command, do you get an answer, and which 
one (type exactly as shown, in a command window on your current station) :

telnet myhost 8008

(replace "myhost" of course)
(and, for comparison, try the same, replacing 8008 by 8080)


If you are getting some response that indicates that the server refused 
the connection on port 8008, then it means that something, between your 
station and the server, is blocking connections to port 8008 on that 
server (but letting through connections to port 8080).
The server logfiles would not show anything, because the connection is 
never made.



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