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Can't start local ColdFusion instances

Aug 7, 2012 5:09 PM

Tags: #cf10

I have created two instances within the Instance Manager in the CF Admin. One on port 8501 and one on port 8502. Both were working awesome for about a month. Then, all of a sudden I started to have problems.

 

It started with not being able to access my web root for these instances. Then, I started having trouble starting/stoping/restarting each server instance. When I try to access my index file in my webroot I get a "Unable to Connect" message.

 

Ive done 2 seperate uninstall-reinstalls to try and make sure it wasn't a corrupt config file or soemthing...but every time the same errors occure. Restarting the system is of no help either.

 

Help!

 

 

Running

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ColdFusion 10

MS/SQL Server 2012

ColdFusion Builder 2

 

 

Laptop

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Lenovo T410

8GB RAM

80GB HD

Intel i%

 
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    Aug 8, 2012 1:19 PM   in reply to BobxMarley

    Have you looked in your CF log files?  They usually explain what's going on pretty clearly.

     

    It does sound to me, though, like you might have something else listening on those ports, or a firewall is messing with them or something.  Have you checked that?

     

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    Aug 8, 2012 11:06 PM   in reply to BobxMarley

    What log file would I check to determine why the server isn't responding?

     

    CF logs are in [CF dir]\cfusion\logs.  There's also a log dir at [CF dir]\cfusion\jetty\logs, but those might just before the admin server connector (for stuff like CFB integration and RDS, I think, but am never sure).

     

    I clear my log files on CF start-up (this is just a dev machine, so I don't need or want the old clutter), and I've just started up so cannot poke around in me own logs to check for you, sorry.

     

    You'll need to use something like netstat to see what's listening on your TCP ports.

     

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