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Is there a way to modify the port number of http?

Hi There,

I install confluence in linux VM according to the following link, the default port number: 8090. 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/installing-confluence-on-linux-143556824.html

 

Is there a way to modify the port number 8090 to 8080 after installing confluence successfully?    

 

Best,

Robert

 

2 answers

Yes - just make changes in the server.xml file and reboot your environment.

But make sure that nothing is running on 8080 already.

Previous I use 8090.  But 8090 is listening via "netstat -a |grep 8090".

How can I make 8090 start to listen again?

Open file server.xml   and change the port number - from 8090 to 8080  OR 8080 to 8090.

After the change - restart Confluence.

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Sloan N_ B_ Community Leader Sep 20, 2019

Hi there Robert

Actually yes there is! :)

You can alter the port in the server.xml inside the installation directory of confluence. Check out this article: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/change-listen-port-for-confluence-165823.html

Just a side note, port 8080 is the would be standard port Jira uses. Keep it in mind should you ever install a Jira on the same server.

Cheers
Niklas

Previously I use 8090.  But 8090 is listening via "netstat -a |grep 8090".

How can I make 8090 start to listen again?

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