After reboot get ERR_TIMED_OUT errors

On a new install after rebooting the server running Confluence I can't get back to https://ip:8090

Firewalld is set to allow port 8090, confluence service is running. Nothing crazy in catalina.out

Not sure where to start this is a new install on Centos 7 two vCPU and 8GB, Postgresql db is running on another VM

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That suggests that Tomcat is running ok, but it has not started the application internally.

Check if it is Tomcat/Java listening on 8090 with a "netstat -plant" and then look at the Confluence application log to see why it's not starting (<confluence home>/logs should contain several logs, start with the atlassian-confluence.log )

Of course it starting working of its own accord!?!

Think I might not given the database enough time to fully load before starting the confluence vm. Thanks for the info

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