Is it possible to use standalone YouTrack instance, which listen on ipv4?

Hallo All,

Just playing with youtrack on debian squeeze I am noticed, that it opens given port only on ipv6 interface, but not on ipv4.. Is it possible to use it also on ipv4?

Or in this case I should use only application server (Tomcat and so on)?

Thank you

Oleg

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Hello Oleg,

Sorry for the delayed answer.

Unfortunately, the  JAR distribution doean't support ipv4. Yes, for your use case you should use an application server.

Best regards,

Ekaterina

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Thank you for the info.

I've manage to run it on also on ipv4 using next setting in /etc/sysctl.conf

net.ipv6.bindv6only = 0

It is default, normally, but in my case it was switched to 1 somehow :-)

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Hello,

just add parameter -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true
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It looks like it is changed in the recent versions of YouTrack by default. It is anyway a good practice to have YouTrack behind the proxy (Nginx would fit the task best of all).
The only outstanding thing will be to configure YouTrack to start as a service. So, it will be up and running even on system reboot.
This is the way to get it installed the right way.

In my experience best configuration you would receive if you use services like Deploy4Me.
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