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How do I stop jetty?

Eric Fancis
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I am trying to start tomcat, but it seems that I have a jetty server up.



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Jayesh A Lalwani
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Run netstat command on the command line. It will tell you which application is listening on which ports. I think the parameters to netstat change based on OS, although I might be wrong there. Look at the help for netstat
 
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