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Who's using my server behind my back ? [message #1769075] Wed, 26 July 2017 09:56 Go to next message
Roparzh Hemon is currently offline Roparzh HemonFriend
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I'm using the Eclipse JEE IDE (Version: Neon.3 Release (4.6.3)) on my Mac 10.11.3.

I created a first Java dynamic web project, experimented a lot with it, using the associated Tomcat server freely. At some point Eclipse froze (probably because of some mistake I made) and even restarting Eclipse wouldn't allow me to de-freeze the project, so I had no choice but to delete the project (keeping a backup of the code) and recreate it from scratch.

The problem is, there seems to be some remains of my old project still using the server,
(even though I physically erased the old project files on my disk)
because when I try to run my new project I get the following error message :

index.php/fa/30139/0/

How can I find which "process" is still using the server ?
Any help appreciated.
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Re: Who's using my server behind my back ? [message #1769099 is a reply to message #1769075] Wed, 26 July 2017 14:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eric Rizzo is currently offline Eric RizzoFriend
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One simple solution would be to reboot your machine, which will kill the process that's using the ports.
There are ways to determine what process is holding a particular port, and kill it. For example: https://stackoverflow.com/q/3855127/639520
Re: Who's using my server behind my back ? [message #1769117 is a reply to message #1769099] Wed, 26 July 2017 17:00 Go to previous message
Roparzh Hemon is currently offline Roparzh HemonFriend
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Eric Rizzo wrote on Wed, 26 July 2017 14:03
One simple solution would be to reboot your machine, which will kill the process that's using the ports.
There are ways to determine what process is holding a particular port, and kill it. For example: https://stackoverflow.com/q/3855127/639520


I did as advised in the Stackexchange link :

$ lsof -i tcp:8080
COMMAND   PID         USER   FD   TYPE             DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME             
java    12949 roparzhhemon   47u  IPv6 0xac7201556db67eed      0t0  TCP *:http-alt (LISTEN)
$ lsof -i tcp:8009
COMMAND   PID         USER   FD   TYPE             DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME
java    12949 roparzhhemon   52u  IPv6 0xac7201557921b46d      0t0  TCP *:8009 (LISTEN)
$ kill 12949


Now, when I retry I get a different error message :

index.php/fa/30147/0/
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