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Due to b parameter, I had to run section cmd as an administrator as shown below: Then I typed: netstat ebook anob more, about Pipe and section more command: section section Pipe redirects the output of the netstat to the next command (in our case more) which is a pager.
In the end it turned out harley that besides SQL Server Reporting Service I also had to disable World Wide Web Publishing Service (W3SVC).Today, however, Apache wouldnt start.After inferno I stopped it Apache was able to run without error.Finally, with section the PID we can run the following command to kill the process taskkill /F /PID 28344, pretty easy solution to a pretty simple problem.Since then I am basically practice stuck.Select SQL Server Services in the left-hand pane.Switch to the Service tab and set the Start Mode to Manual.I'd like to add to our service restart script a section that will kill any port 80 process in the close_wait status.To stop the service: Open SQL Server Configuration Manager.Enter the following on the command line: netstat -ao, the active TCP addresses and ports will be listed locate the line with local address wanted :80 and note the PID value.If you enjoyed reading this post, youll love. I am doing a lot of Java development these days and I have about 5 different applications that I may fire up during a day and because they all run on my local machine most of them use port 8080 by default.