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We have multiple servers (clustering) already configured with Jira data center version. We are adding another 3-4 nodes. I was able to successfully built the servers and added to cluster properties as well and site was working on 8080 (original site is in HTTPS and need to add new nodes to HTTPS and load balancer).
All of a sudden, starting this week.. all new nodes are not accessible on 8080 and giving error as "Refused to connect". when i try to restart the jira service using stor-jira.sh, giving below error.
SEVERE: Could not contact [localhost:8005] (base port  and offset ). Tomcat may not be running.
SEVERE: Error stopping Catalina
java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused (Connection refused)
at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.socketConnect(Native Method)
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
The stop command failed. Attempting to signal the process to stop through OS signal.
Any help here would be appreciated?
The .sh filename does not seem right. "stor-jira.sh".
When you stop Jira, make sure that all the java/jira services actually terminated by viewing the process list. If it's still running, then force terminate the process manually. Then run start-lira.sh.