I'd run the following command against your Linux box to see if indeed Confluence is running under 8090:
Also, take a look in the atlassian-confluence.log to see if you can find an error there.
What does your atlassian-confluence.log say? And the catalina.out file too?
What does "netstat -plant | grep 8090" get back? (Or, a lot less detailed, but should be independent of unix flavour, just "netstat -a | grep 8090"
But seriously, log files are your friend.
No port 8090 is not running. I did this:
Append rule as follows:
<address>-A INPUT -m state –state NEW -m tcp -p tcp –dport port_number -j ACCEPT</address><address>-make sure you change the port_number to actual number (8090 or 8088)</address>
<address># /etc/init.d/iptables restart</address>
Verify that port is open:
<address># netstat -tulpn | less</address><address> </address><address> </address><address>still not working. What to do?</address>
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