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BEEHIVE FAILS TO BIND PRIVILEGED PORTS < 1024, SUCH AS 25, 143 (Doc ID 1073182.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Beehive - Version 2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 14-Aug-2013

Symptoms

Beehive fails to bind ports such as 25, 143

"cannot bind socket"


Cannot bind 25 or 143, 993.

/etc/cap.ora: root:root 644

+user oracle: bind port 25,80,143,993



$ORACLE_HOME/beehive/bin/hasbind is also okay.

rws--s--x root:oinstall


Apache running listening on port 80.

$ORACLE_HOME/beehive/logs/bti/redirector* logs

show:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<log
process-id="10501"
started="2010-03-11T13:01:23.211Z"
version="1.24.24"
library="libbti"
library-version="0.85.103"
xmlns="http://www.oracle.com/2005/ocs/ombd/schema"
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<record xsi:type="librdr-error"
timestamp="2010-03-11T13:01:23.211Z"
severity="severe"
bti-process="0"
message="failed to create redirector listening socket (98)" />
<record xsi:type="naio-engine-stopped"
timestamp="2010-03-11T14:03:51.564Z"
severity="severe"
exit-code="100" />
</log>

Changes

Following manuals to bind privileged ports - setting up hasbind, and, /etc/cap.ora

Cause

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