install on centos.

I used *.bin file to install jira on aws medium ec2 instance(centos) 

after finish the install, it shows me a message(connect via localhost:8080).

so I've tried  to connect  to the jira with 8080 port (http://13.124.55.180:8080)

but it doesn't work. (no response,)

anybody tips?

 

thank you!

 

 

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http://13.124.55.180:8080 is not "localhost".

What it is suggesting is that you test it locally on the server by logging in from the server, not a remote machine.

If your server does not have a gui and a browser, then try just a "curl" or "wget" on localhost:8080 and see what that returns. 

If there's a "no response" or "not found" type error then JIRA is not running. Start with a look at the logs for JIRA

If you get a block of html that looks like a login screen or dashboard, then it is.  That would mean your network is not letting you reach the server on that port - check routing and firewalls.

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