[MS4W-Users] Install on new system issue
woodbri at swoodbridge.com
Tue Jul 17 20:56:25 EST 2012
OK, so here is the answer to my question:
Irritatingly, Skype can switch to port 80. To disable it, select Tools >
Options > Advanced > Connection then uncheck “Use port 80 and 443 as
alternatives for incoming connections”.
What’s Using Port 80?
Further detective work is necessary if IIS, SSRS and Skype are not to
blame. Enter the following on the command line:
The active TCP addresses and ports will be listed — locate the line with
local address “0.0.0.0:80″ and note the PID value.
Now right-click the task bar and select Start Task Manager. Navigate to
the Processes tab and, if necessary, click View > Select Columns… to
ensure “PID (Process Identifier)” is checked. You can now locate the PID
you noted above. The description and properties should help you
determine which application is using the port.
This might be useful to put in a FAQ for MS4W.
Hope this helps,
On 7/17/2012 9:36 PM, Stephen Woodbridge wrote:
> Hi Mark, Jeff,
> So my system is a Windows 7 Pro workstation and it does not have IIS
> running on it. I looked through the services and do not see anything
> obvious that is using port 80. It might be a firewall setting or
> something like that. I use Linux on all my servers so I don't have much
> experience with things like this on Windows.
> How can I determine what process has grabbed port on Windows?
> On 7/17/2012 5:31 PM, Mark Volz wrote:
>> It is possible to bind IIS to a particular port or ip address. We
>> have a server that runs both IIS and Apache. It was easy to allow
>> both IIS and Apache to run with a couple small changes to the server
>> Let me know if you need any help with it
>> Mark Volz GIS Specialist
>> -----Original Message----- From:
>> ms4w-users-bounces at lists.maptools.org
>> [mailto:ms4w-users-bounces at lists.maptools.org] On Behalf Of Stephen
>> Woodbridge Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2012 1:57 PM To:
>> ms4w-users at lists.maptools.org Subject: [MS4W-Users] Install on new
>> system issue
>> Hi Jeff,
>> I just went thru a first time install on a new system and spend a lot
>> of time debugging an simple issue that should probably be noted in
>> the install guide.
>> There is a system prerequiste to have VC++ 200? redistribution
>> libraries installed on the system. We used 2008, but I noticed that
>> there are 2005, 2008, and 2010 redistribution libraries available. I
>> have no idea if any or all suffice.
>> The installed we did was using the ms4w_3.0.4_dev.zip because we
>> needed mapcache and these seems to be the only version that has
>> mapcache built in it. Maybe the installer already checks for that
>> prereq. We got a very cryptic message when we tried to install apache
>> and it took a while and some googling to figure out it was missing
>> the redistribution libraries.
>> Anyway, a note on prereqs would be very helpful in the install
>> I tried to install the same package on my Windows 7 box to see if it
>> worked here. And while I didn't get the above issue, I did get this
>> C:\ms4w>apache-install.bat Installing the Apache MS4W Web Server
>> service The Apache MS4W Web Server service is successfully
>> installed. Testing httpd.conf.... Errors reported here must be
>> corrected before the service can be started. (OS 10048)Only one usage
>> of each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is normally
>> permitted. : make_sock: could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:80 no
>> listening sockets available, shutting down Unable to open logs The
>> Apache MS4W Web Server service is starting. The Apache MS4W Web
>> Server service could not be started.
>> A service specific error occurred: 1.
>> More help is available by typing NET HELPMSG 3547.
>> Which I assume means something like: a) I already have service
>> grabbing port 80, but I'm not aware of anything that should be doing
>> that. b. Or is is unhappy about being a DHCP host and can't figure
>> out it hostname.
>> Any thoughts on this one?
>> I hope this helps someone else.
>> Thanks, -Steve _______________________________________________
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