Question about Computers & Internet
I have a webserver app that will crash when run on port 80. I am now running it on 1025 and it seems to work fine, but I need to run it on 80, but everytime I switch it to port 80 the application will crash within 30 mins. I am running this on a windows 2003 sp1 machine. There is no firewall to block 80. Does anyone have any suggestions?
A couple of questions for you...
1) What do you mean by 'crash'? How do you know its crashed?
2) Can you look in the Windows Event Viewer to see if there are any warning/error messages in the Application or System logs around the time of the starting or crashing of your web site on port 80? If so, anything that suggests the issue. If you don't understand the errors, try posting some of them here.
3) Is there any other web server running on port 80? If your running Internet Information Server, open the Internet Information Server Manager (mmc) console and click on "Web Sites" and it should list all the sites in the right pane. If you have anything 'running' on port 80, it will conflict.
4) Are you running Apache or any other web server on the system? If so, you're going to need to look at those configurations as well.
5) How about any other applications that might have a built in web server?
Let me know.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
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