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Cannot start the web module

DavidKangni
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Hi all,

Can someone help in below issue. I have configured Adobe Campaign V7 on CentOS7 and trying to start the web module.

I can access an instance, run the /r/test but having this error

Any pointer on this would really be helpful.

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Thanks

David

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DavidKangni
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I fixed the issue by reverting my hostname to localhost

Thanks

David

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wodnicki
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Hi,

Run netstat -plant, see if there's anything already listening on your ports, here 8080.

Thanks,

-Jon

DavidKangni
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Hi Jon,

I ran the command and here's the result

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Thanks

David

wodnicki
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Hi,

Looks like nlserver's already running and listening on 8080. Try in order (as root):

  • systemctl stop nlserver6
  • pkill nlserver
  • kill -9 `pidof nlserver`

Running `ps ax | grep nlserver` in-between to see if all nlserver processes are dead.

Thanks,

-Jon

DavidKangni
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Hi Jon,

Same error when i'm trying to restart the web. the web seems to run. I'm able to access the instance but all the workflows are paused and i can't start wfserver

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Thanks

David

wodnicki
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That's definitely odd. If you run `ps auxw | grep nlserver` now, does it list processes?

It could be something wrong with the instance configuration, though what I wouldn't know.

DavidKangni
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I fixed the issue by reverting my hostname to localhost

Thanks

David

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wodnicki
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Ah, that makes sense. I think I've run into same issue before actually, thanks for follow-up.