JIRA is not responding

ADDITION: I edited the server config to listen at 8100 instead of 8080, and that seems to fix the error... but i want to figure out the main problem or get it to permanently use 8100... suggestions? the config reading from inside of the JIRA interface still points to 8080...


I've attached the log files... it seems to refuse to start

(catalina.2012-05-14.log) (jira290312151400-stderr.2012-05-14.log) (localhost.2012-05-14.log) (jira290312151400-stdout.2012-05-14.log) (commons-daemon.2012-05-14.log) (host-manager.2012-05-14.log)

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Looks like yolu misconfigured your Tomcat config:

java.lang.Exception: Socket bind failed: [730048] Only one usage of each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is normally permitted.

Probably a duplicate port entry in server.xml ?

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Joe Wai Tye Atlassian Team Oct 28, 2012

Based on the log you provided, it seems that there is something else using port 8080. Do you have any applications that might be using it?

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Could you please post your server.xml as well? I assume port 8080 is not in use when Jira is shut down
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Joe Wai Tye Atlassian Team Oct 23, 2012

May I know which version of JIRA you are using?

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