Discussion in 'General Help' started by Donutgeek, Oct 30, 2014.

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    Hello there, im making a second server of mine, but my old server is still using the port ! in fact i exited it instead of putting "stop" in cmd. How can i fix this ? i tried the solution in the "bugs" part of bukkit, but i still ca't stop the old server ? all i want is to stop the old server to be able to make a new one.

    Here is the exact log !

    [19:25:23] [Server thread/INFO]: Starting minecraft server version 1.7.10
    [19:25:23] [Server thread/INFO]: Loading properties
    [19:25:23] [Server thread/INFO]: Default game type: SURVIVAL
    [19:25:23] [Server thread/INFO]: Generating keypair
    [19:25:23] [Server thread/INFO]: Starting Minecraft server on
    [19:25:23] [Server thread/WARN]: **** FAILED TO BIND TO PORT!
    [19:25:23] [Server thread/WARN]: The exception was: java.net.BindException: Cannot assign requested address: bind
    [19:25:23] [Server thread/WARN]: Perhaps a server is already running on that port?
    [19:25:23] [Server thread/INFO]: Stopping server
    [19:25:23] [Thread-4/INFO]: Stopping server
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    You'll need to end the process... assuming you're on Windows you can hold; Control, Shift and Esc which opens up Task Manager goto processes and end all the Java processes.
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    Thanks for helping, Watto, i found 1 Jave process : jushed.exe, processor 00, but it is for "Java update".
    But are you sure that if i end all the java processes it won't affect at all my Minecraft or other softwares working with java ?
    Is there an other solution to stop the old server ?
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    Restart your computer. Instead of clicking the X on the command prompt, type stop into it to turn it off.
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    I turned on and off my computer tons of times since. the server it self is still running. What i need is to access the file where it is running and stop the process
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    Go into ctlr alt delete and open task manager. go to the processes tab and find javaw,exe or java.exe. Select it and hit the end process button on the lower right.
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    Is the the port you put into the port ip when you portforwarded?
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