This is a fairy new install on CentOS 7 with the AJP connector/proxy to Apache. I know the server admin worked at one point but it seems like I may have caused an issue to prevent access to it. The exception is a Lucee error output. I did have a virtual host defined for the hostname that I use for server admin access, which I removed to test. Initially the error included the path for my virtual host mapping (/var/www/hostname.com) but with the virtual host mapping removed from the tomcat server.xml I get the same error with a different path:
Message can't access [/opt/lucee/tomcat/lucee-server/context/userdata] directory must be inside [/opt/lucee/tomcat/webapps/ROOT] Detail access is prohibited by security manager Stacktrace The Error Occurred in /admin/adminfunctions.cfc: line 97 called from /admin/adminfunctions.cfc: line 74 called from /admin/adminfunctions.cfc: line 52 called from /admin/adminfunctions.cfc: line 23 called from /admin/adminfunctions.cfc: line 29 called from /admin/web.cfm: line 362 called from /admin/server.cfm: line 2
I should mention that the web admin works for each virtual site, even on the main hostname that isn’t a tomcat virtual host.
I am not sure what the security manager is or what that is referencing in terms of things I may have changed or have control over. I am fairly certain I did some security lock down in the admin at some point but unsure how to now get back into the admin if that is what caused the issue. Possibly someone can point me to the config file which may contain these settings so I can remove them? Or maybe this is an initial configuration/proxy/tomcat configuration issue, in which case some detail about what I may have done would be great!
Thanks for any help!