1. It might be that you have already Autonomy running on this machineOur machine is linux. and I have checked
2. It might be that you have more than one instance of WLS (like two managed servers) on the same hardware and both of them are trying to start Autonomy with the same parameters (IP + port)On this machine , only one instance of server is installed. We have two different machine. Cluster switch from one machine to another when problem arise on one machine.
3. You moved configuration from on hardware to another and forgot to change IP in the configuration of the AutonomyThis is not. Our configuration has worked well for a long time. We are not using two instance of server on same machine.
4. You changed IP address and you did not change IP in the Autonomy settings.We have not done this. But one thing is there that we have two machine and IP of both machine is mapped to single virtual IP.