|Re: [jetty-users] Issues in running jetty with intellij|
That’s a good catch for
lsof, but still nothing:
$ sudo lsof -w -n -i tcp:1099 $ netstat -tanp tcp|grep 1099 |grep LISTEN $ netstat -tan|grep 1099 |grep LISTEN
Just to tell you the things I checked.
- Intellij plugin: Somewhere on the net I found that there are be some intellij plugins which may use port 1099 (like FindBugs plugin). But in reality if there is any plugin using 1099 it should show up in the
lsof/netstat. Still keeping my faith in Digital God, I tried removing all the intellij plugins and also with a fresh intellij install. Still nothing.
- I checked all the config files to match them with working version.
Let me try running jetty directly from command line. This may help in converging the possibility space.
On Mon, Jul 27, 2015 at 9:26 AM Abhishek Gupta abhi.bansal21@xxxxxxxxx wrote:Hi guys,
I am getting a issue in running jetty in intellij. Intellij is complaining that someone is already using the port 1099.
The complete information about the issue is here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/31494815/which-process-is-using-1099jmx-port.
I have been trying to solve this for over a week but no success. Even intellij guys are unable to solve this (though they haven't tried enough).Can someone help?
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