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From "Adam F (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (DIRSERVER-2217) Can't start ApacheDS on Sierra on reserved ports
Date Thu, 11 Jan 2018 16:00:00 GMT


Adam F commented on DIRSERVER-2217:

Thank you Emmanuel for the response.  Unfortunately this does not seem to be the answer. 
Output from console:
Adams-Mac:~ adam$ netstat -a | grep 389
Adams-Mac:~ adam$ sudo netstat -a | grep 389
Adams-Mac:~ adam$ sudo netstat -a | grep 636
Adams-Mac:~ adam$ 

Initially, I installed on a Sierra machine that had OS X server running OpenDirectory.  I
stopped all services and still couldn't start ApacheDS.  I performed netstat commands and
nothing seemed to be running on those ports.  I attempted to connect via telnet just to see
if something was listening and always received connection refused.  I arbitrarily changed
the server process to use random other reserved ports (435, 387, 388, 402, etc.) and it never
would start.  I even went so far as to completely remove OS X server to no avail.

Thinking there was something with the machine itself, I installed a BRAND NEW copy of Sierra
on a virtual machine on a different host.  As you likely know, OS X does not provide an LDAP
server so nothing would be running on 389 or 636 after a brand new install.  I installed JVM
8 and Apache Directory Studio, nothing more.  I started the server and received the exact
same message.  I then started Directory Studio from command line as sudo, thinking I didn't
have appropriate permissions to start on reserved ports.  No change.  Running on unreserved
ports seems to work fine.



> Can't start ApacheDS on Sierra on reserved ports
> ------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: DIRSERVER-2217
>                 URL:
>             Project: Directory ApacheDS
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: ldap
>    Affects Versions: 2.0.0-M24
>         Environment: OS X Sierra
>            Reporter: Adam F
>              Labels: newbie, usability
>         Attachments: Screen Shot 2018-01-10 at 2.34.05 PM.png
> Unable to start the ApacheDS server on any reserved ports.  Error message is always:
"The ports of the following protocols are already in use."  Confirmed repeatability on brand
new OS X Sierra Virtual Machine with only JVM 8 and Directory Studio installed.  Started application
with sudo doesn't resolve the issue.

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