"Your AMP instance could not be connected to" when navigating to my domain.

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obliverationizer posted this 31 March 2020

OS Name/Version: Centos 7, with latest updates.

Product Name/Version: AMP 1.9.8.4

Problem Description: I get an "AMP is not currently running" error when borwsing to my domain after setting up nginx reverse proxy. nginx is running, as the site souldn't be visible without it, and AMP is running, I can see it when going to PublicIP:8080. I can log in and do everything fine but I can't get it to display the manager from my subdomain.

Steps to reproduce: Clean install Centos 7 minimal, update system, install with script from the website, tell it to use java, srcds, and https. put in amp.(mydomain).dev, port as 8080, let everything set itself up. Browse to my domain, with the subdomain that I mentioned before.

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Mike posted this 31 March 2020

If this is a brand new system with nothing else on it, I'd recommend switching to Debian. CentOS has some weird firewall issues.

obliverationizer posted this 31 March 2020

If this is a brand new system with nothing else on it, I'd recommend switching to Debian. CentOS has some weird firewall issues.

I disabled firewalld and rebooted. no change. not sure if the firewall is the problem unless I'm missing something.

Mike posted this 31 March 2020

It's been a pain to track down, netstat will show that AMP is listening, yet nginx can't connect - but on Debian/Ubuntu this issue doesn't appear to exist. CentOS 8/Stream seems to work fine too.

obliverationizer posted this 31 March 2020

CentOS 8/Stream seems to work fine too.

Welp, clean install on Centos 8, updating, and installing AMP didn't work for me :| got the same message.

Yeah definitely weird, I was looking around last night and everything seemed fine, couldn't figure out where the bug was.

obliverationizer posted this 31 March 2020

I'd recommend switching to Debian.

Ubuntu Server 19 worked perfectly fine. can manage from my subdomain. Sad that I have to use that and not Centos as I'm used to it more but Debian can't hurt too much.

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