I have been running splunk on a server for sometime now and last week it stops responding. I don't know what could be the issue that cause it. When I access the server and go to localhost:8000, the page keeps loading and never give me any message. What can I do now?
I would definitely investigate mcafee now - i've seen it prevent a lot of applications on windows from working. If it has a log you can view see if anything is getting denied. If you have the ability to disable it temporarily I'd try that.
Has it created a socket on port 8000 yet? Try:
netstat -an | select-string 8000 and see if anything returns that it's listening. If not, do you have anything denying it from creating that socket? Anti-virus, etc?
I tried that command but it said select-string is not recognized as an internal or external command. I have McAfee running but I don't know if that blocking the port. How can I find out?
But nothing with LISTENING at the end? You should see an entry like:
tcp 0 0.0.0.0:8000 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN
netstat -an | select-string 8000 | select-string LIST
All the entries about fin/close are IPs trying to hit that socket and those connections being torn down.
I did try to stopped, restarted it but even when it stop, my localhost:8000 still doesn't response. I would expect it to send me something like server's not responding. The server is healthy. There are 2 errors such as: ERROR HttpListener - Exception. I just tried using servername:8000 and serverip:8000 and it still doesn't work.