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I had recently started a server using / and everything was perfect. Suddenly, there was a power failure here and my os shut down. After booting up, when I tried running ./ again, it hangs at:

[INFO] Press Ctrl-C to stop the container...

As a result, I am not able to get the server started again. I really don't know the cause, but I would greatly appreciate any guidance. I have a mac osx 10.6 am using Tomcat and MySQL (running as a daemon). Thanks!

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Paste your into pastbin and insert link here. Also post the entire output when running ./ Did you check to see it is already running? – quanta Aug 31 '11 at 10:00
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I found the problem: when I restarted my mac, my IP address changed. So I had to modify pom.xml to point to the new ip address. Which means that the server was always running- its just that I was checking out the wrong IP address. Thanks for your help, and sorry for the any wasted.

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Sweet when you figure it out on your own, eh ??? +1 !!! – RolandoMySQLDBA Aug 31 '11 at 17:36
haha, yeah! you end up feeling quite silly once you figure it out too. – OckhamsRazor Sep 2 '11 at 3:57

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