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The Graylog-server service is not running.
1. Describe your incident:
2. Describe your environment:
OS Information: Centos 8.1.1911
Service logs, configurations, and environment variables:
3. What steps have you already taken to try and solve the problem?
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A java error and OS version is not much to go on to help you troubleshoot your Graylog server not starting. Maybe review these posts and work on being more descriptive about your environment and about the error you are having… as well as steps you have done to try to resolve it… read through these posts for help on what to post and tips on what to look at…
This platform is made with love for community discussions on the open source tool Graylog, it components and usage.
Here’s a Graylog support-inspired template (thank you,
@aaronsachs ) that’ll get responses:
Description of your problem
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Description of steps you’ve taken to attempt to solve the issue
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TIPS for Posting Questions that Get Answers:
*The following is a compendium of tips to help you organize your question and have better success for getting a solution to the incident you are having. First, a short list, then some detail on how to pull and post information from your systems.
When you create a new Topic for the community to review with you:
Search Graylog Documentation, the Graylog community forum, Google … the answer may be out there!
Have a short informative subject such as:…
It’s flagging the literal string “:127.0.0.1:9000” in your server configuration. Did you prefix a IPv4 listen IP with a colon? Looks like it can’t parse it.
Please also provide the info
Please post your server.conf. Make sure it is obfuscated and use the Forum tools
</> not a screen shot. You can use the following command:
cat /etc/graylog/server/server.conf | egrep -v "^\s*(#|$)"
You could also post details from the service with the following command.
sudo systemsctl status graylog-server
You could post any relevant information from the graylog logs you are watching during startup with:
tail -f /var/log/graylog-server/server.log
NOTE: These are all things that are in the tips that make your question easier to answer. It would really be helpful if you read through the tips and were more forthcoming with your issue/environment.
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