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    Default Not listening on 7071

    I've installed the binary installation on an RHEL4 box and it doesn't seem to want to connect to port 7071 (I get a connection refused)

    I'm seeing a number of errors:

    Oct 7 15:43:19 calendar zimbramon[23098]: 23098:err: Can't start running app amavisd
    Oct 7 15:43:21 calendar zimbramon[23098]: 23098:err: Can't start running app mtaconfig
    Oct 7 15:43:24 calendar zimbramon[23098]: 23098:err: Can't start running app mysql

    Oct 7 15:44:38 calendar zimbramon[23098]: 23098:err: SMTP RESPONSE: FAILURE from localhost: problem connecting
    to "localhost", port 25: Connection refused

    Oct 7 16:23:14 calendar postfix/postalias[8697]: fatal: bad numerical configuration: message_size_limit =
    Oct 7 16:23:15 calendar postfix[8699]: fatal: bad numerical configuration: message_size_limit =

    So it really ain't happy - suggestions where to look debugging it?
    Which one of the many servers is the one that is supposed to be lisening on 7071?

    Dave

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    Default Some errors are ok

    Quote Originally Posted by penguin42
    I've installed the binary installation on an RHEL4 box and it doesn't seem to want to connect to port 7071 (I get a connection refused)

    I'm seeing a number of errors:

    Oct 7 15:43:19 calendar zimbramon[23098]: 23098:err: Can't start running app amavisd
    Oct 7 15:43:21 calendar zimbramon[23098]: 23098:err: Can't start running app mtaconfig
    Oct 7 15:43:24 calendar zimbramon[23098]: 23098:err: Can't start running app mysql

    Oct 7 15:44:38 calendar zimbramon[23098]: 23098:err: SMTP RESPONSE: FAILURE from localhost: problem connecting
    to "localhost", port 25: Connection refused

    Oct 7 16:23:14 calendar postfix/postalias[8697]: fatal: bad numerical configuration: message_size_limit =
    Oct 7 16:23:15 calendar postfix[8699]: fatal: bad numerical configuration: message_size_limit =

    So it really ain't happy - suggestions where to look debugging it?
    Which one of the many servers is the one that is supposed to be lisening on 7071?

    Dave

    THe "Can't start" errors are ok - they arise from trying to restart apps that are already running. The smtp connection refused comes about when the monitoring process tries to connect to postfix before it's started - also not a big problem.

    When you tried to connect to 7071, did you put https:// at the beginning of the URL?

    (It's tomcat listening on that port, btw)

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    Yes I did use https on the 7071;
    Hmm if its tomcat I wonder if that is a problem due to me already having a tomcat installation on the box; where does Zimbra try and install its tomcat setup and/or
    trying to install its tomcat app?

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    Default /opt/zimbra/tomcat

    Quote Originally Posted by penguin42
    Yes I did use https on the 7071;
    Hmm if its tomcat I wonder if that is a problem due to me already having a tomcat installation on the box; where does Zimbra try and install its tomcat setup and/or
    trying to install its tomcat app?
    check /opt/zimbra/tomcat/logs/stdout.log - if tomcat can't bind to it's ports, it won't start

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