Confluence version 7.2.1.
PostgreSql database instaled
Firewall is off
Confluence installed on windwos server
ot looks like default tomcat doesnt start 8443 port.
<Connector port="8443" maxHttpHeaderSize="8192"
acceptCount="100" scheme="https" secure="true"
clientAuth="false" sslProtocol="TLSv1.2" sslEnabledProtocols="TLSv1.2" SSLEnabled="true"
what wrong? Can you help?
Hope you are doing well.
My Name is Cenk and I will assist you on the issue.
Pls follow the steps below:
First Open the Start menu, type “Command Prompt ” and select Run as administrator.
Once inside, type the command “netstat -aon” and hit Enter.
You will now see five columns: Protocols, Local Address, Foreign Address, State, and PID (Process ID).
In the Local Address, next to the IP address column you will have a port number.
There look for 8443 which is the port you have assigned for tomcat https.
If you find a line containing 8443 as the port then some other process(PID) is using the same port.
That is why you can not start tomcat on that port.
See the last column of the line(containing 8443) with the name PID.
That is the PID using port 8443 .
If this is the case what you can do is you can :
After changing the Connectorport in the conf try to start tomcat.
If this is not the case follow the steps below:
If not :
Copy the keystore file created by this command to C:\Users\user and check if it is name is .keystore .
If not change the name to .keystore or change the keystoreFile value(keystoreFile="<MY_CERTIFICATE_LOCATION>") and set it as your filename.
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