1) /etc/init.d/scmserver stop
2) change scmserver to point to new scm folder
3) /etc/init.d/scmserver start
4) got issue
I work as root.
The scm-server started work after reboot CentOS. So I don't think this is really SCM related issue, but I don't don't understood why it doesn't work without reboot.
Sorry, but the start mechanism of scm-manager has not changed sine version 1.20 and the exception you posted means that the current user has no privileges to open a port below 1024 (in your case port 80). Is the scm-manager process really closed after you call "/etc/init.d/scmserver stop" and before you call the start procedure? Is the port 80 free, when you try to manually start scm-manager?