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From Luis Moreira <luis.more...@esinnovation.pt>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] HELP - Unable to change listening port
Date Fri, 10 Sep 2004 08:20:55 GMT
Well, there you have it...

If you have something else listening on port 8080, and its not Apache, 
lets find out what it is.

There is a tool called "TCPVIEW" from Sysinternals, that lists all 
processes running, and who owns them.
I think this may be of help to you.


If you need further assistance, shoot.


Luis

Philippe wrote:

> Well, there is something running on 8080, although I have no idea what 
> it is, but it must be related to Oracle. It is not the oracle HTTP 
> server, as this is not installed. I can't figure out what is is. I 
> browsed my computer for files that appear to served on 8080 but could 
> not find them! I did successfully change the Apache port to 8081, 
> though. But my users have the service bookmarked at 8080, so is there 
> anything I can do to kill that process on 8080? What could it be?
> Philippe
>
> Luis Moreira wrote:
>
>> Assuming you changed all you had to, is that the only instance of 
>> Apache running ?
>> Can you have another one, listening on port 80 ?
>> Does port 8080 work (too) ?
>>
>> Philippe wrote:
>>
>>> Hello,
>>> I installed Apache 2 and everything went fine, except that I would 
>>> like to change the port on which Apache is listening. I found the 
>>> setting "Listen" in the httpd.conf file and changed it from "80" to 
>>> "8080", however this has no effect - after restarting the server it 
>>> is still listening on port 80. What am I doing wrong?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Philippe
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