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From Sanford Stein <>
Subject Cannot connect to tomcat 5.5.23 on RedHat Linux
Date Wed, 02 Feb 2011 17:28:52 GMT
After updating to Red Hat's latest version of tomcat 5, I am unable to 
connect to tomcat after stopping and restarting it.

The message in catalina.out from the shutdown is: Connection refused

I can then restart tomcat5 without error, but when I try 
http://{server}:8080 I get in jk.log:
(ajp13) connecting to backend failed. Tomcat is probably not started or 
is listening on the wrong port (errno=111)

I got this to work for a while by reverting to the older version of 
tomcat5 (RHEL 5.5 instead of RHEL 5.6).
But after a system reboot that no longer works.

I believe that tomcat failed to connect to the shutdown port 8005 and 
the environment somehow got corrupted.

I tried changing the shutdown port in server.xml to 9005 -- no luck.

Any insight in to what I can do here would be greatly appreciated.

Sanford Stein
CyberTools Inc.

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