jMeter Slave - Server failed to start: java.rmi.RemoteException: Cannot start. ip-10-142-111-66 is a loopback address


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I created a barebones ec2 ubuntu server with only jmeter installed
using hte following..


sudo apt-get install jmeter />

This server is designed to be the slaves. when I
run sudo jmeter-server I get the below error. This error leaves me
with no where to go since its a bare bones ubuntu server and as far as
I know the jmeter apt-get install installs all of the dependancies. I
have seen this post but still vague on won to fix the issue.

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JMeter - Loopback address error when launching jmeter-server on
Linux


sudo jmeter-server
[warning]
/usr/bin/jmeter: Unable to locate commons-net in /

I'm trying to set up a distributed load testing environment using
JMeter. I need to set up the remote clients using something portable
like a Linux Live CD, but whenever I attempt to launch jmeter-server
in Linux, I receive the following error...


Created
remote object: UnicastServerRef [liveRef:
[endpoint:[127.0.0.1:49018](local),objID:[3b0d3d42:12985b7a49b:-7fff,
-8459389540436649718]]]
Server failed to start:
java.rmi.RemoteException: Cannot start. testbox01.qa.nwr.lan is a
loopback address.

After extensive googling, the
only remedy I can find is to edit the /etc/hosts file so the hostname
maps to something other than the 1

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I created a barebones ec2 ubuntu server with only jmeter installed
using hte following..


sudo apt-get install jmeter />

This server is designed to be the slaves. when I
run sudo jmeter-server I get the below error. This error leaves me
with no where to go since its a bare bones ubuntu server and as far as
I know the jmeter apt-get install installs all of the dependancies. I
have seen this post but still vague on won to fix the issue.

/>

JMeter - Loopback address error when launching jmeter-server on
Linux


sudo jmeter-server
[warning]
/usr/bin/jmeter: Unable to locate commons-net in /
Java

I am trying to run whole code in netbean unlike cmd where we can
manually run registry .


Idea : To create a html page which
takes two num . adds it and gives you the result using servlet and
RMI


Problem: Getting RemoteException
java.rmi.ConnectException: Connection refused to host: localhost error
. Have tried many fixes like changing port numbers, using the command
Runtime.getRuntime().exec("rmiregistry 2020"); etc


Code
for your convenience


<form name="form1"
method="post" action="Client">

<table>

<tr><td><label> First Number:&l
Java

I'm really new to Java and trying to call web-service. I have taken
a code from net


String message = "";
static Map
output;
public static void main(String args[]) {
try
{
String inputparam = "10000";
Service
service = new Service();
Call call = (Call)
service.createCall();
call.setTargetEndpointAddress(new
java.net.URL(""));
call.setOperationName(new
QName("http://testPackage.fc.com/, doBasicStuff"));

call.addParameter("Hello", org.apache.axis.Constants.XSD_STRING,
javax.xml.rpc.ParameterMode.IN);
call.setReturnTy
Java
Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers    
package library.common;   import java.sql.ResultSet;
       
public interface LibraryInterface {
  public ResultSet getBookByAuthor(String author);
  public ResultSet getBookByName(String name);
  public ResultSet getBookByISBN(String isbn);
  public ResultSet getAllBooks(); }  
package library.ejb; import java.sql.*;
import javax.ejb.*; import library.common.*;  
@Stateless @Remote
public class LibraryBean implements L
Java

i m creating a Client/Server application in which my server and
client can be on the same or on different machines but both are under
ISP.

My RMI programs:-
-Remote Interface:-

class="language-java">//Calculator.javapublic interface Calculator
extends java.rmi.Remote { public long add(long a, long b) throws
java.rmi.RemoteException; public long sub(long a, long b) throws
java.rmi.RemoteException; public long mul(long a, long b) throws
java.rmi.RemoteException; public long div(long a, long b) throws
java.rmi.RemoteException;}

Remote Interface
Implementation:-

class="language-java">//CalculatorImpl.javapublic class CalculatorImpl
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