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Tomcat won't start, and it has worked perfectly before. I suspect something else is running on port 8080. I am running Windows Vista. How do I check that nothing else is using port 8080?

I have recently downloaded several versions of Jetty. Could this be the problem? I am not running them concurrently so I can't see how.

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Open up a command prompt and run

netstat -ano | findstr 8080

Rightmost column is PID

In task manager you can add column for PID then find the app that is using the port.

  • use | findstr 8080 or | findstr LISTENING to filter the netstat output – radius Jul 21 '09 at 16:48
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I think you can run cmd as administrator and use netstat command to see if port 8080 is being used. Use netstat /? for help with netstat command. I do not know any GUI based approach for the same.

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In addition to netstat you can also use Process Hacker or ActivePorts to view open ports in real-time (ok, specific refresh intervals...)

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This can be done easily using the netstat utility.

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use NETSTAT in a command prompt.

Wikipedia also lists the parameters.

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Try this command:

netstat -aon | findstr "8080"

This command will give process ID's. Then go to task manager and stop the process with this process id and then restart tomcat.

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telnet localhost 8080

If you can connect, then something's listening on the port.

  • Tomcat could be listening just on internal / external interface and not on all / loopback interface. This test is not perfect. – Saurabh Barjatiya Jul 21 '09 at 16:42
  • also, a port is not necessarily available just because there is no application properly accepting connections. – Jan Jungnickel Jul 21 '09 at 16:48

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