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Not able to start sun app server CLI156 error.

 
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When i'm trying to start my sun app server through
programs->sunmicrosystems->appserver->start default server
it is throwing



Is the server started and i'm not able to start the admin console?
Then what could be done to rectify it?
 
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Dear dudes,
I've tomcat5.5 running in http port 8080 so i changed my port no to 8090 by editing the domain.xml.
Even then i'm not able to run my server.
The following is cropping up in my server.log file:


have anyone undergone this problem and fixed it, if so, could anyone tell me how to fix this issue?

Regards

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[ April 13, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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Dear dudes,
Sorry i included the server.log file but i forgot to mention the error .
When i'm trying to run the sun app server i'm getting


in my server .log file


Has anyone encountered this problem previously, if yes, how you fixed it and please reply.
Regards.

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[ April 13, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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could anyone please reply.
 
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could anyone please reply.

Regards.
 
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why none is replying?
 
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Simply reinstall it.
 
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another possibility is if you have tomcat installed and running, then running sun app server ... sun app server will not start because both uses port 8080 by default. I suspect the other way round is also true.
 
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Keystore was tampered with, or password was incorrect


Check in the $GLASSFISH_HOME/domains/domain1/config whether you've changed the keystore password. By default, it's "changeit".

Also make sure the port isn't being used.

Hope this helps.
 
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