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How can I get Crucible to listen on a TCPv4 port?

I've set up a Crucible server in a Docker container running on Debian.

I used this Docker image:

https://hub.docker.com/r/mswinarski/atlassian-crucible/ 

By default Crucible listens on TCPv6 port 8080, and despite my best efforts I can't get it to switch to an IPv4 port; this is problematic since we don't have IPv6 routing in the network.

I read this guide:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/fisheye/configuring-the-fisheye-web-server-960155665.html

And I tried to set the HTTP Bind parameter to either 0.0.0.0:8080 or <local IP>:8080, but it didn't help.

 

Any suggestions would be welcome.

 

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Fisheye and Crucible do not support IPv6 yet. And the docker image prepared by Maciej Swinarski by default runs Fisheye/Crucible on port 8080. Please check your configuration.

As it turns out, the problem was that Docker itself used TCPv6 by default, for some reason. So you're right, it's a configuration issue.

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