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WLS 8.1 with port 80

 
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Hi,

The requirement is to run WLS 8.1 with Port 80 on HP-UX OS. I've followed te instructions of

http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs81/ConsoleHelp/machines.html#1104914

but doesn't seem to be working.

I hit with the following error,

<Jan 11, 2006 5:02:53 PM EST> <Emergency> <WebLogicServer> <BEA-000351> <Unable
to create a server socket on Channel Default for port: 80. java.net.BindExceptio
n: Permission denied Perhaps another process is using port 80.>

And also no other process is using port 80. Any ideas.

Thanks in advance.
 
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If you need to bind to 80 in *UNX platform you need to start the server with root/admin login. Have you tried starting from root login?
 
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Thanks for the information. Its helpful. I just used root to start the server and its working. And also I didn't have to create any unix machine on console.
 
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