DioErro [DieErrorType.Default]:SocketException: OS Error: Connection refused, errno = 111, adress =, port = 34644

Hello, I am getting this error. I have reset root password then I have started to get this error in my mobile application. I was trying to connect to my droplet files with filezilla. Do you think reseting password caused this? I have restored droplet from backup but still tha same. Any idea? Thanks

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Bobby Iliev
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November 16, 2020
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Hi there @alimuratyesilyurt,

To me, it looks like your service is not running at the moment. It depends on what software stack you are using, but I think that it is a matter of starting your service.

It is possible that your service is not configured to start automatically after a reboot, this would explain why you are seeing this error after the restart of the Droplet.

As a side tip on how to figure out how to start your service is to SSH to your Droplet and run the history command, that way you will see what commands were used in the past and possibly figure out the command that you need to start your service again.

Regards, Bobby

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