I am trying to setup ORS on a different server and using a different port than 8080. I have updated the docker-compose.yml to reroute 8080 to 8088. updated the dockerfile. I have updated the apache settings as well. But I am still getting “404 error The requested resource is not available”.
When I run curl localhost:8088, I get the usual tomcat homepage indicating that tomcat is setup correctly. I run curl localhost:8088/test, I get the error.
I am trying to figure out of its a WAR file problem or not. I have rebuild the system, also tried to clone the latest ORS repo and use that.
Would appreciate any help
Can you share your
curl localhost:8088/test should give a 404,
/test is not a route for ORS/Tomcat. What’s the output of
Oh and don’t update the Dockerfile with another port! That won’t work unless you change Tomcat’s port. Stick with
8080 in Dockerfile and only change the host port in the
The output for curl command now shows “ready” I was trying the same command for two days, did not happen. But now I guess it works.
Thanks for the help.
Also I would like to make this localhost port accessible through a custom URL. Do I need to change anything in ORS files?
Ok, good that it’s solved. Larger OSM files can take up to a few days, planet up to 5.
Just put a nginx/apache in front of ORS.
And for future reference: paste code, not screenshots.
Yep got everything running. Thanks a lot. I am familiar with the time requirements to build graphs for different sized datasets.
Okay I will keep that in mind for next time