check any another app should not be runned on same port.
terminate another apps and try to change port
please check your local port number and admin port number if the two application running in same port change your current application port number and then try and clean the dep dir and run once.
If another app is already occupying the port, here is how to find and kill it:
netstat -ano | findstr ':8079' -> will show a list with last column being the PIDnr taskkill /F /PID <PIDnr> -> will kill the process having number <PIDnr>
Hi, you have 2 options:
Open up cmd.exe (note: you may need to run it as an administrator, but this isn't always necessary), then run the below command:
netstat -ano | findstr :<PORT>
<PORT> with the port number you want, but keep the colon)
The area circled in red shows the PID (process identifier). Locate the PID of the process that's using the port you want.
Next, run the following command:
taskkill /PID <PID> /F
(No colon this time)
Lastly, you can check whether the operation succeeded or not by re-running the command in "Step 1". If it was successful you shouldn't see any more search results for that port number.
Hope this helps.