Unable to start fecru

Hi,

After stopping fecru with the command ./fisheyectl.sh stop

I am unable to start it again, I get the following error when I run ./fisheyectl.sh run or ./fisheyectl.sh start in the log file

ERROR - Could not create webserver : for input string: "8060/fecru"

Any ideas?

I am using fecru 3.1.4 on Ubuntu 64 bit

Thanks

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Have you played with FISHEYE_INST/config.xml file manually perhaps? Seems like you've set up http bind like:

<http bind=":8060/fecru"/>

where in fact it should be

<http bind=":6060"/>

Check your config.xml file, or submit it here so I can check what's wrong with it. Beware it contains sensitive information (db password for example) so sanitise all your sensitive information first.

Cheers,
Piotr

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Hi Piotr,

Yes indeed it was like that :)

I must have changed it when we added the context path. I hope that there will be a permanent way to have the context path so we don't lose it afte reach upgrade.

Thanks!

Of course there is, if you set up context path via admin UI it is stored in

<web-server ... context="fecru">

attribute and is preserved between restarts and upgrades. If you noticed any issue with that please let us know by raising bug report.

Cheers,

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