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Server Tcp Provider Failed To Listen On [ 'any'
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it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the top Unable to start sql service when TCP/IP is enabled under SSCM - SS Network Configuration up vote 1 down vote favorite 1 in the Console , SQL Server Configuration Manager I get error 10048 when start sql service and this windows could not start the sql server (mssqlserver) service on local computer in event history: The SQL server service terminated with server-specific error. Only one usage of each socket (protcol/network address/port) is normall permitted. Any idea howto fix this ? Port set is the default 1433... If this is turned off, which is default of course, SQL service starts like a champ. I have done this config many times on other servers with no problem. sql-server windows-server-2008-r2 sql-server-2008-r2 share|improve this question edited Oct 27 '12 at 8:05 saber tabatabaee yazdi 189313 asked Oct 26 '12 at 21:24 ebel 614 3 Do you have other instances of SQL installed on this server? Is there another process using port 1433? Run netstat -a -n -o from a command prompt and look for port 1433. If you find it then match up the PID listed with Task Manager and see what process is using port 1433. –joeqwerty Oct 26 '12 at 21:33 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 0 down vote Sounds like there's something else already running on TCP port 1433. Stop the SQL Server. Then f
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How To: Configure A Server To Listen On A Specific Tcp Port (sql Server Configuration Manager)
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forums users FAQ Search related threads Remove From My Forums Answered by: SQL Server Service failed to start Error code 10048 SQL Server > SQL Server Setup & Upgrade Question 0 http://serverfault.com/questions/442841/unable-to-start-sql-service-when-tcp-ip-is-enabled-under-sscm-ss-network-confi Sign in to vote Hello. I am experiencing the issue with SQL Server 2005 service not able to start when TCP/IP is enabled. I have researched this issue extensively and what I come up with are fixes for checkpoints on clustered instances. ISSUE: I am running a machine with XP Pro and not Server 2003, so I CANNOT have clustered instances. ALL the https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/0b598f12-0178-46a4-8d30-a3c7e7c9cdb9/sql-server-service-failed-to-start-error-code-10048?forum=sqlsetupandupgrade fixes out there refer to commands such as "cluster res" which do not exist in Win XP Pro. Here is the error log which looks exactly like everyone else's (when they are dealing with clusters on Server 2003). Can anyone shed ANY light on how to deal with this on a Win XP machine? I'm going totally crazy here. I can get the local server to load by disabling TCP/IP in SSCM. VIA does not need to be disabled, just TCP/IP. Of course you know this issue came up when I attempted to change the Listen Port / IP address. I was starting and restarting and stopping and starting the SQL service in order to apply changes within SSCM and must have attempted to apply a change while the SQL server wasn't running. Thank you in advance for any help. FYI, I attempted to run the GUI clusterrecovery.com but it failed miserably. The "browse" function gave me an ActiveX error and I couldn't locate my Cluster because I don't think I have one. Please, someone, any one... HELP. 2013-01-21 10:56:42.12 Server Microsoft SQL Server 2005 - 9.00.500
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