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Posted on 2004-04-15
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Hi Experts,

  I use "netstat -a" and find that port 8000 is oppupied. However, I need to reserve it for J2EE ..... so I am wondering is there a way to find out which program uses port 8000 and kill it ??? many thanks !

meow.
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Try ActivePorts -- I've used this for exactly your purpose:

http://www.ntutility.com/freeware.html

(Just curious: Do you have Oracle on the machine?)
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I've seen port 8000 used for ShoutCast or WinAmp connections.

Do you connect to any internet radio stations using an MP3 player??

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