Is it possible to deactivate the "normal" HTTP WebServer for FishEye? Actually my (HTTPS-) SSL-FishEye-Instance is running on port 8080 and the normal HTTP-Instance is running on port 6060. Because i don't need the "unsave" HTTP-Instance i would like to deactivate it. I have testet it through simply deleting the HTTP-Port in the FishEye-Configuration but after that i got some errors and couldn't log in to the administrator area. Here some snippets from the error-log:
2011-12-21 19:28:11,349 ERROR [btpool0-37 ] org.mortbay.log org.mortbay.log.Slf4jLog-warn - EXCEPTION java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: :///admin/admin.do at org.mortbay.jetty.HttpURI.parse2(HttpURI.java:166) at org.mortbay.jetty.HttpURI.parse(HttpURI.java:109) at org.mortbay.jetty.HttpURI.<init>(HttpURI.java:91)
Assuming you have already set up the SSL connector, try removing the XML tag for HTTP bind from your config.xml file directly:
Make sure to stop FishEye/Crucible before editing the config.xml file.
If that still doesn't work for you please open a support ticket at https://support.atlassian.com with the following data:
1. Go to Administration > Global Settings > Server > Debug Logging and Turn Debug Logging "ON".
2. Reproduce the problem.
3. Generate a Support Zip from the Administration menu (Administration >> System Settings >> Atlassian Support Tools >> Support Zip) and attach it to this ticket.
If you remove the entry from your config file by hand you will re-break your configuration every time you edit the server configuration to make a change as FishEye will write out the broken configuration file again.
I "solved" this problem on my end by giving the non-https bind configuration field a localhost value to bind to.
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