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Ports going crazy...

 
Vinnie Jenks
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I'm having a really rough time getting JBoss to run correctly due to ports being consumed.

I'm on Windows XP SP2, using eclipse 3.1.2 + MyEclipse 4.1.1. I'm using JBoss 4.0.4RC1 w/ EJB3 (non-clustered).

I've been writing and testing apps on JBoss for a week now in this environment w/o a single problem. Suddenly, I can't get JBoss to start w/o a boatload of exceptions due to ports already being in use.

First it was port 1101....now I'm having problems w/ 1098...so JNDI won't work apparently...



I have no idea what is suddenly using these ports or what is going on...anyone have any ideas? I tried using netstat and that just shows me that the ports are in use...doesn't help much.

Thanks!
 
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Most likely it's due to previous instances of JBoss that haven't fully shut down. Just reboot.
 
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Most likely it's due to previous instances of JBoss that haven't fully shut down. Just reboot.
 
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