Resolving Port Conflicts


(Roland) #1

I had a Laravel project that was running on a ubuntu server on my local network. After I installed dgraph and docker nothing will run.

I try to start my laravel project:
php artisan serve --host=192.168.0.200
Failed to listen on 192.168.0.200:8000 (reason: Address already in use)
Laravel development server started: http://192.168.0.200:8001

So it looks like it starts on port 8001

If I navigate to http://192.168.0.200:8001 in my browser I get: “This site can’t be reached”

If I run: docker-compose up -d
Starting pyshql_ratel_1 … error
Starting pyshql_zero_1 …
Starting pyshql_server_1 …

Starting pyshql_zero_1 … done
Starting pyshql_server_1 … done

ERROR: for ratel Cannot start service ratel: driver failed programming external connectivity on endpoint pyshql_ratel_1 (b025533be1189953b79e794d8d789604bfdf5793eeefd0833fafe018ee4b2823): Error starting userland proxy: listen tcp 0.0.0.0:8000: bind: address already in use
ERROR: Encountered errors while bringing up the project.

I’m obviously missing something. I’ve spent a lot of hours on this to no avail. Any help is appreciated.

My goal is to figure out how to connect my laravel project to a Dgraph database. I believe that requires docker and graphql±. I was unable to find instructions for that.


(Michel Conrado) #2

Ratel UI uses this port.

You can use the HTTP API or gRPC. Dgraph has no official PHP client.

However I’m not familiar with Laravel. I could help if you give more details.


(Roland) #3

Unfortunately, I don’t know what any of that means. Can you provide information on how to uninstall Dgraph please. I can’t find anything in the docs about this. Removing will hopefully allow me to get my Laravel project running again.


(Daniel Mai) #4

Given that you’re running Dgraph with Docker Compose, you can stop those Docker containers either with docker-compose down or by stopping the individual containers with docker stop.