You may check whether you are running Jboss version 4.0.4 or version 4.2.2. You might get this error when you have installed Jboss 4.2.2 but configured Jboss 4.0.4 in Eclipse.
Double click on the jBoss server icon in the server view. A window pops up with “Timeout” collapsed. Click on the arrow and increase the start time.
Are yoy runing on Linux? If so, check if jBoss has write privileges over /tmp ...
I had the same problem, and I fixed creating a temp directory with RW privileges to User, Group and others, and adding this line to eclipse.ini
where your temp directory is the absolute addres of the Temp directory that you created.
I've come upon the same problem and found the explanation. For Eclipse, JBoss is expected to support the jboss-web service (tomcat.sar) which implies an HTTP port to be opened at the end of the process. In my case, as this service is disabled, no HTTP port is opened when the server is running...
Solution: simply double click on the jboss server in the Servers panel and copy the JNDI port to the Port field, in Server Properties section. This makes it.
This way, it is no more necessary to change host name to 127.0.0.1, you may let it be what you want (e.g. localhost is the default).
I am new to EJB - Jboss. I too was getting the same problem
Jboss Is not started in given time, increase Start-up time out]]
It is not solved by your given valuable suggestions.
According to console: My Jboss-5.1.0.GA Server started in 50:21, 49:91 ...so on.
But not responded well with given host name:
Server Configuration Server: 10.168.2.11 which I like to execute when using ant.
Solution: All though It is worked well with
host Name: localhost Server Name:localhost
Even increased port i.e. ports-02: result in http: port 8280
Attempted every practice given here. This is mine. Hope that eclipse community with jboss collaboration give right solution.
I don't know but bit Ground point in this Suggestion: https://stackoverflow.com/a/945444/1164686
Right click on "JBoss 4.2 at localhost" at "servers" window and select open, after that, just change the port number from 8080 to 8081 and you are good to go.
I could fix it by using Aboucabar Toure's advice: under Eclipse Indigo, I opened JBoss server properties and edited the Server Ports group to match my JBoss ports configuration (unchecking Detect from Local Runtime boxes).
Then everything worked just fine!
If you are using a non default port for, instance 8180. You should configure eclipse to poll server at desired port number. See this picture:
This also happened when you create the jboss with different server version. I was using JBoss AS 7.2.0 final but had no idea to use which server version in eclipse. I tried with WildFly but that leads to this error. With all the good tips in here didn't solve my problem. Thanks to this post i corrected that with correct version. I should have used Jboss Enterprise Application platform 6.1.
Remove all eclipse breakpoint in the debug view, and the jboss will quickly start.
I am also facing same issue, after change the port number it has worked for me.
Port number in server.xml and jboss port number should be same.
goto -> jboss-4.0.3\server\default\deploy\jbossweb-tomcat55.sar\server.xml
goto -> Double click on server and change your port number as what you gave in server.xml
Yes I had similar problem Jboss could not start from Eclipse Galileo within default 50 secs so just changed server startup time by double clicking Jboss server icon in Server window near console & error log (NOT at windows->preferences->server). It opens server editor and then increased the start up time to 300 It worked then. !!!
I had the same issue and corrected it by modifying a "server.xml" file in the jboss folders.
I modified '<Connector port="8080"' by '<Connector port="server port defined in Eclipse"'
I've seen this behavior when I've changed JBoss to run via SSL on port 8443 instead of unencrypted on port 8080. It is my theory that the Eclipse plugin is checking on port 8080 to confirm that JBoss has started, and that this check is hardcoded and does not respect changes you make to the configuration to specify that the server runs on a different port.
Our workaround is to start JBoss from the debug pulldown menu, which apparently disables the timeout.
You have to change ports defined in JBoss configuration panel. I have used -
Djboss.service.binding.set=ports-01 to upgrade port numbers - and forgot to change Eclipse/JBoss configuration - and Eclipse failed to notice JBoss is already running.
Try the following:-
- Check if the port jboss configured correctly in the general information. It is usually 8080 unless you've changed it.
- I use the hostname as 0.0.0.0 so that it can be accessed from other computers on the network.
- I had a problem where I was connected to a vpn and it was causing this issue. Shut off any vpn connections.
In my Eclipse with Jboss Tools, that ocurred too, I change the "Host name", on General information of JbossServer, from my machine name to 127.0.0.1.
Thanks, this works fine!
Increasing the timeout doesn't solve the problem. Eclipse never recognizes that the server has started (not sure if that's a big deal), just irritated me. I had this problem for weeks and finally figured out that (at least for me) the host name and address had to be identical. I had hostname:localhost; address"127.0.0.1" and it would not work. I changed both to 127.0.0.1 and voila!
I had a similar problem. It turned out that Eclipse’s server default port was set to
8080 while my JBoss was working from
By changing the server’s configuration in Eclipse (double-click on the server and edit server property), it worked.
I had a similar problem, but it was with a Tomcat 5.5 server. The startup time was quite important, so I got this error.
To solve this problem, I did that steps: In Preferences, Server, I changed the property "Server timeout delay" to "Unlimited".
For Eclipse Ganymede, you must do that: In the server view, double-click on your server JBoss. In the overview, you have a "Timeouts" panel (by default, it is collapsed). You can define the timeouts for server start and stop operations.
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