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Date:  Fri, 26 Oct 2007 21:08:37 +0200
From:  Michael Stauber <bq (at mark)>
Subject:  [coba-e:10968] Re: admserv not starting back
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Hi Tushar,

> Starting admin web server: (98)Address already in use: make_sock: could not
> bind to address

Try this first - as root from SSH:

/etc/init.d/admserv stop
/etc/init.d/admserv start

If that still doesn't start up admserv, run this command: 

	netstat -tupan|grep :444

That will show you which process is still using port 444. The reported back 
information could look like this:

tcp        0      0       *                   
LISTEN      15157/httpd.admsrv

So then you know that the process httpd.admserv with the PID 15157 is still 
using that port. Kill it off this way:

	kill -9 15157

Of course you need the "15157" to the Process ID (PID) that your netstat 
command did show.

With best regards,

Michael Stauber