I just figured out I have this in conf.d and the IP address has been 
changed. Can I use the hostname here?

<VirtualHost 10.193.19.245:80>
    DocumentRoot /opt/git
    ServerName cmtoldshrdjk01


On Thursday, 4 December 2014 16:04:32 UTC-5, Jirong Hu wrote:
>
> I installed the GIT server on Linux a while back and it was all working 
> fine. Now when somebody wants to use it, it's no longer working. Here are 
> some information:
>
> From web browser, http://cmtoldshrdjk01/web-app.git returns error "Chrome 
> could not connect to cmtoldshrdjk01".
>
> From another Linux server, I got this:
>
> /home/jhu06/git $ git clone http://cmtoldshrdjk01/web-app2.git
>
> Initialized empty Git repository in /home/jhu06/git/web-app2/.git/
>
> error: Failed connect to cmtoldshrdjk01:80; Operation now in progress 
> while accessing http://cmtoldshrdjk01/web-app2.git/info/refs
>
>  fatal: HTTP request failed
>
> /home/jhu06/git $
>
>  From my windows workstation, I got this:
>
> jhu06@OCDT70302123 /c/workspace/GIT
>
> $ git clone http://jhu06:password@cmtoldshrdjk01/web-app2.git
>
> Cloning into 'web-app2'...
>
> fatal: unable to access 
> 'http://jhu06:password@cmtoldshrdjk01/web-app2.git/': Failed connect to 
> cmtoldshrdjk01.dev.bmocm.com:80; Connection refused
>
> H:\>telnet cmtoldshrdjk01 80
>
> Connecting To cmtoldshrdjk01...Could not open connection to the host, on 
> port 80: Connect failed
>
> I have a Jenkins installed on this same server on port 8080 and it's 
> working fine now. I can't remember which one I installed first.
>

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