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tomcat complaining about port; how do I find out what else is running on port 80?
 
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Analyse running processes and services plus if you're running on linux, check if you're trying tu open this port with super user.
 
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I believe that "netstat" is available on just about all machines where one might be running Tomcat.
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:I believe that "netstat" is available on just about all machines where one might be running Tomcat.



"netstat -an" for Windows.

"netstat -ln" for most other OS's.

However, unless you've overridden the Tomcat defaults, Tomcat isn't using Port 80. The default for Tomcat is port 8080. Port 80 is normally used by "regular" webservers such as Apache and IIS.
 
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after netstat for windows to kill current running process in that port
 
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