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servers are using the same listen address and port???

 
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I am getting a weird error when trying to startup a managed server (Linux, WL6.1)
I am starting it with the command line:
startManagedWebLogic.sh managedapp http://adminapp:7001

Here is the error:
starting wls managed server...
Starting WebLogic Server ....
Connecting to http://adminapp:7001...
<Sep 3, 2003 2:55:56 PM EDT> <Emergency> <Configuration Management> <Errors detected attempting to connect to admin server at http://adminapp:7001 during initialization of managed server ( null:7001 ). The reported error was: < null > This condition generally results when the managed and admin servers are using the same listen address and port.>
<Sep 3, 2003 2:55:56 PM EDT> <Emergency> <Server> <Unable to initialize the server: 'Fatal initialization exception
Throwable: weblogic.management.configuration.ConfigurationException - with nested exception:
[java.lang.NoSuchMethodError]
java.lang.NoSuchMethodError
at weblogic.rjvm.ConnectionManager.createIdentifyMsg(ConnectionManager.java:1138)
at weblogic.rjvm.ConnectionManager.findOrCreateConnection(ConnectionManager.java:1035)...............

What does it mean ".. managed and admin servers are using the same listen address and port"? I appreciate any ideas you might have.
 
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Try to restart the linux box this will free up the port locked .
also here is what i got from e-doc.bea.com
BEA-150009
Emergency: Errors were detected while attempting to connect to the admin server at adminURL during initialization of the managed server ( host ort ). The reported error was: msg. This condition generally occurs when the managed and admin servers are using the same listen address and port.
Description
A subsystem violation occurred that disallowed this connection.
Cause
The managed and admin servers are using the same listen address and port.
Action
Verify that the admin and managed servers are correctly configured and that the user has the appropriate permissions to boot a managed server in this domain.
 
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