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hpsmhd is running på manegement page are not available

Simon Jespersen
Frequent Advisor

hpsmhd is running på manegement page are not available

hi!
i have this problem on a linux server called pune

i have restartet the service
service hpsmhd retart
ok
in my browser
https://pune:2381 does not show- the page cannot be displayet.

is there additionel services there should be running for this to work
4 REPLIES
Rob Leadbeater
Honored Contributor

Re: hpsmhd is running på manegement page are not available

Hi Simon,

As a starting point, look at the output of "netstat -an" to determine whether you have anything listening on port 2381...

When you're trying to load the web page, are you doing that locally on the server or from a remote PC ??

Hope this helps,

Regards,

Rob

P.S. Remember to assign points to answers !
Simon Jespersen
Frequent Advisor

Re: hpsmhd is running på manegement page are not available

hi i have tried the following
[root@pune ~]# netstat -an | grep 2381
[root@pune ~]# service hpsmhd stop

Stopping hpsmhd:
[root@pune ~]# service hpsmhd start

Starting hpsmhd:
... [ OK ]
[root@pune ~]# netstat -an | grep 2381
[root@pune ~]# lsof -i -nP | grep 2381
[root@pune ~]#


The daemon seems to be running
[root@pune ~]# ps -ef | grep hpsmhd
root 432 30417 0 09:13 pts/0 00:00:00 grep hpsmhd
[root@pune ~]#


I really dont understand this
Colin Topliss
Esteemed Contributor

Re: hpsmhd is running på manegement page are not available

You don't say which distribution - that would be useful information.

Are you running a firewall on this server?

Also, are you using a browser running on pune to connect locally, or are you using a browser to connect to this system remotely from, say, a laptop?

What HTTP error code are you getting? That will help us work out why you can't connect.

Regards

Colin
Rob Leadbeater
Honored Contributor

Re: hpsmhd is running på manegement page are not available

> [root@pune ~]# netstat -an | grep 2381

If that returned no output, then you haven't got anything listening on port 2381.

> The daemon seems to be running

Are you really sure...?

> [root@pune ~]# ps -ef | grep hpsmhd
> root 432 30417 0 09:13 pts/0 00:00:00 grep hpsmhd

I don't see any evidence of that here, just your grep command...

If you're looking for a particular process with grep, then you can mask out the grep command like this:

For example:
# ps -ef | grep hpsmhd | grep -v grep

As a another simple test to see whether anything is listening on 2381, just telnet to that port...

# telnet pune 2381

Hope this helps,

Regards,

Rob