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Red Hat httpd  ssl config

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Okay, I have a site setup on port 443 in ssl.conf file.  The issue is, I cannot start the service httpd (apache2) I get the error:

no listening sockets available, shutting down



Then, when I run sudo netstat -anp | grep 443

tcp     0     0.0.0.0:443       0.0.0.0:*         LISTEN         3544/httpd

How can I find what is running on 443 so I can start my site?  I am not seeing any other website but may be missing something.
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maybe the apache is already running? did you try to stop the apache service before you start it again?

service httpd stop / start

what does "ps aux | grep httpd"  puts out?
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The 3544 in 3544/httpd is the PID, so simply do a:

ps 3544


Possibly followed by a:

kill 3544


Or you could do a:

lsof +c0 -i -P | grep 443 | grep root
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