[jboss-user] [Installation, Configuration & DEPLOYMENT] - Re: JBOSS Stop error

harish73 do-not-reply at jboss.com
Fri Dec 14 10:33:03 EST 2007

As i can see firewall is disable on the server. I have no idea about selinux.

I have to use customize the jboss in such a way that when the server reboot jboss starts up automatically. For this i have put 'jboss' script in /etc/rc.d/init.d directory whcih calls the run.sh file to start and shutdown.sh file to stop jboss.

When i start jboss /etc/rc.d/init.d/jboss start 
then jboss run perfectly fine. But when i tries to stop jboss (which calls shutdown.sh file of jboss) then it gives me that error.
How to fix this.

I know alternatively i can kill the jboss process to stop which i don't want. I want to use shutdown.sh script. 

Is it a problem with Jboss configuration or something else. Please correct me.


"PeterJ" wrote : Looks like either firewall or selinux issues.
  | You can also stop the app server by doing ctrl-c in the terminal in which you started it. Or by using 'kill' to send a SIGINT signal. Either one causes the app server to shut down cleanly.

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