This is a fresh new install
[root@wcs156033217053 logs]# cat launchout.txt
Checking for Port 21 availability... OK
Checking for Port 8456 availability... OK
Checking for Port 8457 availability... OK
Checking for Port 1299 availability... OK
Checking for local Port 1299 availability... OK
Checking for Port 6789 availability... OK
Checking for local Port 6789 availability... OK
Checking for UDP Port 69 availability... OK
Checking for Port 8005 availability... OK
Checking for UDP Port 162 availability... OK
Checking for Port 8009 availability... OK
Starting RMI registry on port 1299
DB is already started
Starting NMS Server...
Creating schema. This may take a minute.
Creating Predefined ACL Protocols
Schema is successfully created.
NMS Server Started.
Starting up TFTP server...
TFTP Server started.
Starting up FTP server
FTP Server started
Starting Apache server ...
Apache server is running.
Starting Tomcat server ...
Tomcat server failed to start.
Failed to start the Tomcat web server.
Stopping FTP server...
Stopping TFTP server...
Shutting down Apache server ...
Exception during ServerEngine::run java.net.SocketException: Socket closed
java.net.SocketException: Socket closed
at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.socketAccept(Native Method)
at ranab.server.ServerEngine.run(Unknown Source)
Stopped FTP server.
Stopped TFTP server.
Apache server successfully shutdown.
Leaving database server running.
Warning: latest version of matlab app-defaults file not found.
Contact your system administrator to have this file installed.
just installed WCS7 on RHEL5.5 yesterday.
[root@padme ~]# /opt/WCS18.104.22.168/WCSStatus
Health Monitor is running.
WCS is running.
Database server is running
Apache server is running
[root@padme ~]# cat /etc/redhat-release
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.5 (Tikanga)
WCS was an upgrade from WCS6 and worked flawlessly. maybe install WCS6 first and upgrade to WCS7?
I had to go back and reinstall redhat 5.5 this morning and reload
WCS 7. That seems to have fixed it. I'm concerned about
stability on linux after getting the error.
I hope that it was just a fluke. I have started bringing the controllers into the picture and setting things up.
From what I saw on many cases the matlab issue was always related to an outdated package or a linking issue with matlab. Reinstalling redhat so that it could get the proper packages always fixed it. I would not worry about stability of linux or WCS on linux since the issue has resolved itself.