|Related to : Titan - Cassandra - Elasticsearch :: Connection refused|
|Android AsyncTask HttpPost Connection Refused|
The "uses-permission" should be outside the "application"
I would also suggest adding
|Java rmi ConnectionException Connection refused to host|
As you have not posted any code, I assume that the reason for the
exception is not caused by the implementation itself.
This exception usually occurs if the remote host does not respond.
Possible reasons could be:
You have not started rmiregistry.
Newer versions of Java (afaik since 7u21) require the following
command: rmiregistry -J-Djava.rmi.server.useCodebaseOnly=false
The firewall is blocki
|Elasticsearch vs Cassandra vs Elasticsearch with Cassandra|
Cassandra + Lucene is a great option. There are different initiatives
for this issue, for example:
Stratio’s Cassandra Lucene Index - Derived from Stratio Cassandra,
is a plugin for Apache Cassandra that extends its index functionality.
Stratio Cassandra, it's a native integration with Apache Lucene, it is
very interesting. (https://github.co
|Java Mail Connection Refused when Using a domain mail|
Not all of your failures have the same cause. If you changed
something and it failed in a different way, that doesn't mean your
change was wrong, it just means you got past one problem and ran into
You need to remove all the socket factory stuff. The rest you still
need. If that fails, post the debug output showing the new failure.
|How to determine if a connection has been established with elasticsearch + Java API?|
You may ping the server if you have initiated it by its java client.
You may try writing ( indexing ) something to it and check it out via
IndexResponse response = client.prepareIndex("twitter", "tweet", "1")
.field("postDate", new Date())