Problem in starting a IS Server

Hi
I installed the IS on XP Professional.Now I am starting it up with command line on 8080 port.I am getting an error the following error.Anyone helpme out with this.No other application is running on port 8080 or 5555.

The error message is…
C:\Program Files\webMethods\IntegrationServer4\bin>server.bat -log none
000000 [B2BSERV.0025.0001] Integration Server 4.6 Build 939
000001 [B2BSERV.0025.0006] License Manager started
000002 [B2BSERV.0025.0008] State Manager started
000003 [B2BSERV.0025.0010] Service Manager started
000004 [B2BSERV.0025.0012] Cache Manager started
000005 [B2BSERV.0025.0009] WIDL Service Manager started
000006 [B2BSERV.0025.0004] Flow Service Manager started
000007 [B2BSERV.0025.0002] Package Manager started
000008 [B2BSERV.0025.0011] Package Replicator Manager started
000009 [B2BSERV.0028.0001] Loading packages
00000A [B2BSERV.0028.0005] Loading WmRoot package
00000B [B2BSERV.0028.0005] Loading WmDB package
00000C [B2BSERV.0028.0005] Loading WmPublic package
00000D [B2BSERV.0028.0026] Warning: Deprecated service type (webtap) in service
pub.webtap:getPage in package WmPublic
00000E [B2BSERV.0028.0005] Loading WmSamples package
00000F [B2BSERV.0028.0005] Loading Default package
000010 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.event:startEventA
gentPort)
000011 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.net.email:init)
000012 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.net.ftp:init)
000013 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.net.http:init)
000014 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.net.https:init)
000015 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.net.smime:init)
000016 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.net.sock:init)
000017 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.net.sslsock:init)

000018 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.ns:syncToNamespac
e)
000019 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.remote:init)
00001A [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.schedule:init)
00001B [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.security.revInvok
e:init)
00001C [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.tx:init)
00001D [B2BSERV.0063.0011] Start
00001E [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmRoot: Startup service (wm.server.soap:init)
00001F [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmDB: Startup service (wm.server.db:startup)
000020 [B2BSERV.0028.0012] WmPublic: Startup service (pub.ldap:init)
000021 [B2BSERV.0070.0013] Failed to start listener HTTPListener@8080. The foll
owing error was encountered: [B2BSERV.0070.9009] Error starting to listen: Addre
ss in use: bind
000022 [B2BSERV.0070.0013] Failed to start listener HTTPListener@5555. The foll
owing error was encountered: [B2BSERV.0070.9009] Error starting to listen: Addre
ss in use: bind
000023 [B2BSERV.0025.0005] Port Manager started
000024 [B2BSERV.0025.0013] Cache Sweeper started
000025 [B2BSERV.0014.0004] No listening ports were available. Shutting down ser
ver.

Ajay

Hi, Ajay.

This error indicates that there is an instance of Integration Server already running on your machine.

But I checked nothing is running on it.

Hi, Ajay.

Please go to a command prompt and type “netstat”. Paste the results in your reply.

Hopefully, we can help you figure this one out.

Thanks.

Hi Dan
Thanx for all the help.Here is the netstat output.

C:>netstat

Active Connections

Proto Local Address Foreign Address State
TCP CPQ53451280894:2300 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2302 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2304 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2305 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2306 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2307 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2309 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2311 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2314 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2315 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2316 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:2317 localhost:2301 TIME_WAIT
TCP CPQ53451280894:4691 192.168.1.24:1034 ESTABLISHED
TCP CPQ53451280894:4694 192.168.1.24:1071 ESTABLISHED

Ajay

Could it be that an IS is running as a service on that box?

netstat /a on Windows will see the used ports although I like www.sysinternals.com TCPView better because it shows the process that is using each port.

I agree with Dan. I just tried launching a 2nd instance, same error message.

try from command line >netstat -nap tcp

and then look and see if 5555 is already in use.

In NT you can also close all applications you can see running, use task manager and look to see if a “java.exe” process is running. This will be your IS instance.

Hi Fred
How to check the running services and how to stop them.
Ajay

Ajay, if your Integration Server is running, open a browser and type http://serverhost:serverport in the address bar.

You can bring down your server from there.

If you are still having issues, reach behind your CPU and pull the plug. You’ll be fine on startup. :wink:

http://localhost:5555 in browser and let us see.

If you read through the documentation, it states that you cannot run two instances on a windows machine. I think this is true (untested opinion here) if you install using the windows.exe installer.

I wonder if you can install two separate instances in windows if you use the java -cp *.jar install (unix type install). I also wonder if it will run. Anyone try this? It would be handy to have two instances at times for testing.

Ray

We have installed upto 3 instances on windows at different locations for testing. They all are made to run on different ports though. Installation was through installsheild

http://www.wmusers.com/wmusers/messages/117/1045.shtml? discusses a technique for installing and running mulitple instances of IS as Windows services.

Hi Dan
I did the same as you said.I shutdown the system and start it again.Now when I try to run the server I am getting jvm error…

C:\Program Files\webMethods\IntegrationServer4\bin>server.bat -log none
‘“C:\Program Files\webMethods\IntegrationServer4\jvm\bin\java.exe”’ is not recog
nized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
‘“C:\Program Files\webMethods\IntegrationServer4\jvm\bin\java.exe”’ is not recog
nized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

Can you explain me this.
Ajay

Hi All
I am now able to run the server.I can even open my Developer too.But I am not able to open the http://localhost:5555.Why is that.The info I am getting is…
Technical Information (for support personnel)

Background:
The server you are attempting to access has refused the connection with the gateway. This usually results from trying to connect to a service that is inactive on the server.

Any Idea?
Ajay

Don’t you have to connect with 8080 instead of 5555 since you started it on that port?

http://localhost:8080

Hi,
I am getting the same error"No Listening Ports were available".We are running ver 6.1 on Solaris.I have tried starting the server on different ports and also try changing the port in server.cnf, port.cnf and listener.cnf.Still we are getting the same error.We checked that the particular port also is not in use on Solaris.Also there is some problem coming with AuditLogManager “2005-01-19 15:22:29 IST [ISS.0095.0003C] AuditLogManager Runtime Exception: :[BAA.0000.0027] FS: runtime configuration closed, operation failed. processing log entry .”.I tried to delete files in audit folder then it starts but fails at one point with error “No Listening Ports were available”.Can somebody tell me what I need to do to correct it.

Thanks,
Puneet Verma

hi ,

Could you solve this issue . even I am getting the same problem.please let me know. In my case even after changing the ports it says http listener cannot be created on port xxxx as it is already in use.

thanks
vijaya

when I try to run the server I am getting is error…

C:\Program Files\webMethods\IntegrationServer4\bin>server.bat -log none
‘“C:\Program Files\webMethods\IntegrationServer4\jvm\bin\java.exe”’ is not recog
nized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
‘“C:\Program Files\webMethods\IntegrationServer4\jvm\bin\java.exe”’ is not recog
nized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

Can you explain me this.
jesse