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    Default java errors on install of docs

    Never mind, thanks everybody. I'm out of time to fool with this...

    I have to bring up Postfix and delete zimbra, I can't do with the downtime. And this forum thing is taking waaaayyyy toooo loooonnnnggg.

    Good effort everyone. Have a good life.
    Last edited by pksings; 02-23-2007 at 05:38 PM. Reason: Gave up.

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    Here's your problem
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    ERROR: zclient.IO_ERROR (invoke Connection refused, server: localhost) (cause: j
    ava.net.ConnectException Connection refused)
    Do you have any other problems, that might indcate how this is getting there?

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    Default Agreed, that is the problem, but what is the cause?

    I have no idea, what is asking? Who is being asked?
    I am hoping that since it it trying to install the docs right there that someone will be able to tell me what is attempting to install what. Then I might be able to figure out where to start looking...

    Thanks

    PK

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    Probably LDAP, but you can look a bit further back in the logs and see if there were any other failures. Is the server running OK apart form this problem? there are countless threads in the forums about this type of problem and some troubleshooting tips in the wiki.
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    Default Hmm, probably LDAP ?

    telnet localhost 389 doesn't work, but that's not the hostname.

    telnet phred.pksings.com 389 works fine, which is the hostname.

    Doesn't that mean that LDAP is working fine?

    further up in the log it shows this..

    Getting local config ldap_root_password
    Getting local config ldap_master_url
    Installing zimlets...

    com_zimbra_search
    *** Running as zimbra user: /opt/zimbra/bin/zmzimletctl -l deploy zimlets/com_zi
    mbra_search.zip

    [] INFO: Deploying Zimlet com_zimbra_search in LDAP.
    [] INFO: Installing Zimlet com_zimbra_search on this host.
    [] INFO: Installing Zimlet config for com_zimbra_search
    [] INFO: Adding Zimlet com_zimbra_search to COS default
    [] INFO: Enabling Zimlet com_zimbra_search

    com_zimbra_date
    *** Running as zimbra user: /opt/zimbra/bin/zmzimletctl -l deploy zimlets/com_zi
    mbra_date.zip

    [] INFO: Deploying Zimlet com_zimbra_date in LDAP.
    [] INFO: Installing Zimlet com_zimbra_date on this host.
    [] INFO: Adding Zimlet com_zimbra_date to COS default
    [] INFO: Enabling Zimlet com_zimbra_date

    The zimlet installs appear to complete successfully... doesn't that mean that LDAP is working?

    zmcontrol status shows ldap as running, only tomcat is not. So I'm not convinced that the problem is in that direction. But I'm the idiot that can't get it to work so feel free to correct me..
    Last edited by pksings; 02-23-2007 at 05:09 PM. Reason: more from logs

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    Quote Originally Posted by pksings View Post
    telnet localhost 389 doesn't work, but that's not the hostname.

    telnet phred.pksings.com 389 works fine, which is the hostname.
    telnet localhost *should* work. Do you have a line similar to this in your /etc/hosts file?

    127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost

    What does your /etc/host.conf look like?

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    Default This is cut/paste, the first three lines

    root@phred:/etc/bind# cat /etc/hosts
    127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
    192.168.1.5 phred.pksings.com www.pksings.com phred
    192.168.1.5 pksings.com


    Wow, windows underlined the www address for me...

    And the file you asked for reads this way.
    root@phred:/home/paul/Desktop/zcs/zcs# more /etc/host.conf
    order hosts,bind
    multi on
    Last edited by pksings; 02-23-2007 at 05:32 PM. Reason: edit

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