When trying to execute a SilkTest test definition, SilkTest will not start on the execution server.

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Problem:

When trying to execute a SilkTest test definition, SilkTest will not start on the execution server.

Resolution:

QUESTION
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When trying to execute a SilkTest test definition, SilkTest will not start on the execution server.

ANSWER
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If executing a SilkTest test definition on a remote execution server, if SilkTest does not invoke to execute the test, check the "ExecServer.log" file located within the SilkCentral Test Manager GUI from the Administration > Reports tree node.

If the log file reports an error similar to the following:

java.net.BindException: Address already in use: JVM_Bind

The problem may be related to the running processes and services on the SilkTest execution server. On the execution server, open the SilkCentral service manager icon in the system tray, ensure that only the SilkTest process is running and not both the SilkTest process and service.

Run the test definition again.

Old KB# 24740
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