[jboss-user] [Clustering/JBoss] - Re: StackOverflowError when starting JBoss Cluster

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Fri Mar 14 10:00:56 EDT 2008

Sure, binding to an address is valid.  If you don't specify an address, for security reasons all services bind to localhost, which is pretty useless for a production system.

BTW, setting -Djboss.bind.address with the same value is redundant if you use -b.

Have you tried this solution discussed on the JIRA you linked?

"Srinivasu Nidadavolu" wrote : 
  | I also got this issue. I got this error when I am binding my server to a particular IP address.
  | I found a place to cause the issue.
  |  all\deploy\jbossesb.sar\esb.juddi.xml, java.naming.provider.url is pointing to localhost in the following way.
  |  jnp://localhost:1099
  |  If we are binding our server to some IPaddress while starting the server, then we have to change this localhost to corresponding IP
  |  address. I modified in the following way.
  |   key="java.naming.provider.url">jnp://${jboss.bind.address}:1099
  | and started the server with IPaddress. This issue is not appearing. 

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