Jira 7.6.0 redirect port 80 to 443 on Centos 7 Edited

hello all , 

I have installed jira 7.6.0 on CentOS 7 release 7.4.1708 

and did everything in this article

Jira on port 80/443 using AUTHBIND

and its still not working 

when I use nmap to see what ports are open i see only port 22

i dont know what to do anymore

any help will be much appreciated

 

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everything works with authbind , 
apparently there is a bug that when you use config.sh
it writes the old connector 
protocol="org.apache.coyote.http11.Http11Protocol"
instead of 
protocol="org.apache.coyote.http11.Http11NioProtocol

from what i read online it messes up the gzip compression

The volume of data being compressed is too low for gzip to matter, the offloading of work to the proxy more than makes up for it.

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First question is if the service is running at all?  If it is, then what port is it exposing on the server?

no its not working at all

the java process crashes

I have Jira 7.0.10 witch port 80 redirects to 443

when i created a test environment for the upgrade to 7.6.0

After the restore it works only on port 8080 , when I try to configure port 80 to redirect to 443 everything stops working

now i can't even make it to work on port 8443 

 

everything works with authbind , 

apperently there is a bug that when you use config.sh

it writes the old connector 

protocol="org.apache.coyote.http11.Http11Protocol"

instead of 

protocol="org.apache.coyote.http11.Http11NioProtocol"

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