1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 27, 2002 3:47 PM by Christoph Grimm

    jboss 3.0 + tomcat 4 on Linux

    Ash Newbie

      Hi there,
      I've just installed jboss3.0 + tomcat 4 on red hat 7.1, and I ran the ./run.sh script, however I dont know what is the default port to check if it started properly or not? Which config would I check to find about the default port for jboss?
      My other question is, does Tomcat start automatically when I execute ./run.sh, or do I need to go to catalina and start it separatly!? Would Tomcat have the same port as jboss!?
      Sorry but Im confused aboout how the two fit in together!

      Thanks

      Ash

        • 1. Re: jboss 3.0 + tomcat 4 on Linux
          Christoph Grimm Newbie

          if you downloaded the jboss-3.xx-Tomcatxx distro an unse run.sh without any ohter parameters, the default server which contains a tomcat service is started.

          the tomcat default port is 8080

          if you try to go to yourhost:8080,

          you should at least get a 404 error response from tomcat:
          Apache Tomcat/4.0.1 - HTTP Status 404
          The requested resource (/) is not available

          that means tomcat is working well, but no context is configured.

          you can also see that you have contacted tomcat by an entry in the access log in server/log

          see the free docu for mor info.