Check there is any application running in your port using command prompt
netstat -ano | findstr :<PORT>
If there is any kill it
taskkill /PID <PID> /F
Hey Michiel Arts,
Can you check in the terminal if any other process is running in that port?
I am having same issue and trying to find out the solution.
I ran the command already and verified. None of my process is using those ports. Even I Reinstalled Studio pro, Turn off Firewall and VPN client etc.
Furthermore, I change ports from 8080 -> 8088. 8090 -> 8098 for APP1 and 8081 -> 8084 , 8091 to 8094 for APP2. Also verified even these new ports are not in use.
But even with new ports there is no luck.
I wonder, why it gives me vice versa port running error. Means, if I ran APP1 first and than try to run APP2 it says APP2's ports are in use but if I ran APP2 first and try to ran APP1 after it says APP1’s port are in use.
Here is the list of all ports running and used on my system.
I can’t reproduce the issue with Mendix 8.18.15 and 9.12.4. Obviously, when the first application (on ports 8080&8090) is running, before running the second application (on ports 8081&8091), you can run “netstat -ano” to check which process is using the 8081and 8091 ports.
$ netstat -ano | findstr LISTENING