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Fisheye server started but can't reach in browser

I've installed Fisheye and executed the run.sh script, all seems normal, it even says Server started on :8060 (http) (control port on :8059) but can't reach it in web browser, looks like it hasn't started.

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Check iptables and see if the port is allowed or not.

Hi, what URL have you typed in the browser? Make sure you've added the port to the URL?

Having said that --> is anything blocking the port? Do you have firewall, proxy or any other device?

Is it being installed on a server or the workstation you are on?

Installation is on VPS running CentOS

Checked fisheye server and it is still running

browser says it cannot find address

tried chrome / safari

Great. What URL are you using? Is it http://<ip address>:8060/ ? As in did you include the port?

Do you have CSF or some other firewall on the VPS? Do you have iptables set?

Have you tried hosting other things on the VPS? Do they work?

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Conor Atlassian Team May 06, 2013

It's hard to give you much help without more information.

  • Have you tried a browser on the machine running FishEye using localhost as the web address?
  • Is the FishEye server still running. i.e. has it stopped for any reason
  • Is it still listening on the expected ports? A tool such as netstat can help here
  • When you access it in the browser, what does the browser actually say?
  • Have you tried another browser?

Harry, i am trying both with context path such as :port/fisheye and :port

Confluence and JIRA are running fine in the same server.

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