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accepted Why doesn't Tomcat show up when I grep netstat's output for 8080?
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comment Exporting just a single file
I think this is preferable to the alias method (currently the accepted answer) as the alias will not work in a non-interactive shell (e.g. from within a Make file) whereas this solution will.
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comment Why doesn't Tomcat show up when I grep netstat's output for 8080?
Yeah, that nails it: netstat -anp | grep 8080
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comment Why doesn't Tomcat show up when I grep netstat's output for 8080?
@Lambert updated the question with netstat -an output. I see something listening to 8080 (if I read the output correctly) but how do I know that's Tomcat?
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comment Why doesn't Tomcat show up when I grep netstat's output for 8080?
@FloHimself Also the server.xml file declares a Connector for HTTP/1.1 on port 8080.
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comment Why doesn't Tomcat show up when I grep netstat's output for 8080?
@FloHimself it is listening on 8080 as I tail -f the catalina.out file and have seen: INFO: Starting ProtocolHandler ["http-bio-8080"]