Scott Ferguson wrote:
On Aug 28, 2007, at 8:49 AM, Mike Wynholds wrote:

This is an old bug report, but it sounds like it might be the cause:

Centos is sort of a redhat derivative, right? anyway, assuming you are
using JDK 5, you could try either a) upgrading to JDK 6 or b) disable

" A workaround for RedHat-type users is to disable IPv6, by editing
/etc/sysconfig/network and changing NETWORKING_IPV6=no."

anyway, I have no idea if this is the actual issue. I just did a quick
google search for " Cannot assign requested
address" and came across this.  It actually says it only happens when
binding to the local address, but maybe that's what the watchdog process
is doing??

That's interesting.  Thanks for finding this.

The Watchdog does bind to port localhost:6600. That's how the "stop" command works and how the Watchdog can manage multiple Resin JVMs with a single watchdog process.

-- Scott
Is this a bug? or going to be considered a bug?

I am wondering how this would work if I started multiple Resin installations on the same machine?

-----Original Message-----
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Tony Zakula
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2007 9:26 PM
Subject: [Resin-interest] Start up problem


I have been trying to install and run resin on a Centos 5 system. I run

it fine on Windows. Everything installs fine on Centos, but when I try
to run the resin.jar file with all of the default configuration, I get
the following error:

Aug 24, 2007 11:26:39 AM com.caucho.boot.ResinWatchdog run
INFO: Cannot assign requested address Cannot assign requested address
        at Method)

The server is behind a firewall with an ip address of, but I

have an entry in the hosts file with the machine name and the ip
address.  Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks!


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