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Kevin Veran
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Joined: Mar 18, 2011
Posts: 4
Hello,



I am new to jBoss. I installed JDK, jBoss 5.1 GA.on my windows 2003 server. I setup the JBOSS_HOMe and JAVA_HOME.

I started JBoss from command probmpt. After some jibberish, it says the server is started.



But I am unable to see the default page when I open http://localhost:8080/

I tried netstat -a. I don't see 8080 port binding.

I don't see http://localhost:8080/ jmx_console either..


Any help please?

Here is he log...


[Download kevins.log] Download

Peter Johnson
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Joined: May 14, 2008
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"kevin spicy", please see your private messages regarding an important administrative matter.

Please do NOT post lengthy logs within your post. Instead, attach the log file to the post. By attaching a lengthy log you have made this post practically unusable. And most people will simply ignore the post, which means you won't get any answers. I highly recommend that you edit your post removing the log text and attaching it as a file.

Looking at the output, I suspect that you have made some changes because there are several unexpected errors. What have you changed?

Also, I recommend that you do not set JBOSS_HOME. Having that set could cause problems.


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Peter Johnson
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"kevin spicy", you indicated at http://community.jboss.org/message/594197#594197 that you solved the problem. Please post the exact changes that you made. Also please fix your original post as I recommended! If you do not, I will delete the log text you posted...
Kevin Veran
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Joined: Mar 18, 2011
Posts: 4
I just created an empty folder called "lib" under "server" directory. That took care of the LOOOONGGGG error messages I posted above. Hope this would help others.
It appears that "lib" folder some times could not get created when you download and unzip JBoss. So you need to watch you.

Whenever you get a lot of errors, but JBoss still starts up but not respond, open log file and search for the word "error". You may most likely find the cause there.

Hope this helps!
Kevin Veran
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Joined: Mar 18, 2011
Posts: 4
I am not sure how to close this thread as this is solved. Moderator can close it. "Stop watching"?
Peter Johnson
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I just created an empty folder called "lib"

Apparently you unpacked the zip file incorrectly. You should not open the zip file, select all files, and then unzip the selected files - doing so will cause the empty directories, like lib, to be ignored. Instead, right-click on the zip file and choose and option like unzip here.

I will mark this post as solved.

And did you read the private message???
Kevin Veran
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Joined: Mar 18, 2011
Posts: 4
Updated my name. Thanks!
 
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