If you encounter problems with your Tomcat host, you can try the following to determine and resolve the problem:
- From the Tomcat host, ping Configuration Server and Solution Control Server by name and by IP address.
- From Solution Control Server, ping the Tomcat Host by name and by IP address.
- From Solution Control Server, telnet to the Tomcat host on all ports, disabling SELinux or any firewalls if necessary.
- A dedicated Tomcat startup script for Genesys Administrator Extension sets the environment variable GAX_CMD_LINE_ARGS. To check if this variable has been created correctly, use gax_startup.sh and pass parameters using the command line, or use Solution Control Interface or Genesys Administrator.
- Check that Database Access Points are configured and connected.
- Check that the ojdbc6.jar file (for Oracle) or jtda-<version>.jar file (Microsoft SQL Server) has been copied into the Tomcat lib directory.
- Check that gzip compression is enabled in Tomcat for responses.
Ports in Use
The table below shows the typical ports used in a Genesys environment.
|22||Remote shell (ssh) connections|
|80||Webserver; can only be used by Tomcat if it is started from the root.|
|8080||Web server; any user starting Tomcat may use this|
|1521||Oracle database connections|
|1433||Microsoft SQL Server|
|4999||Local Control Agent|
|5000||Genesys Deployment Agent (GDA)
Note: Starting from Local Control Agent 220.127.116.11, Genesys Deployment Agent (GDA) is no longer installed and supported as part of Management Framework and therefore all functionality using GDA (including the installation of IPs) is deprecated.