There are certain ports that BioStar 2 must occupy in order to operate properly.


[BioStar 2] Server and Device Port Usage


However, during the process of upgrading, installing, or re-starting BioStar 2 server, the required ports may be occupied by other programs instead of assigning to the relevant application of Biostar2.  


A popular example would be the below case.  


Relevant case - Can't login BioStar 2



1. Recommend Solution

If there is the port conflict for the port 9000, the problem could be occurred. 

- From BioStar v2.7.5, we support to manual change the port 9000 to setting.conf file.


How to change the port 9000 (BioStar v2.7.5 or higher version)

  1. Move to BioStar 2 installation path (default: C:\Program Files\BioStar 2(x64))
  2. Edit the file 'setting.conf'
  3. Add "webserver_fastcgi_port" where "BioStar" part
  4. Enter the port number what you want to use instead of port 9000


2. Temporary Solution for v2.7.2

If you are already using BioStar v2.7.2, we can send the patch file.  

Download the patch file through the link below.

http://gofile.me/471Oh/H9p3uwDYK 

(File name: 2.7.2 Beta.zip)


- How to apply the patch file

  1. Unzip '2.7.2 Beta.zip'
  2. Move to BioStar 2 installation path (default: C:\Program Files\BioStar 2(x64))
  3. Backup file 'Biostar-server.exe'
  4. Copy file 'Biostar-server.exe' which is included the zip file
  5. Edit the file 'setting.conf'
  6. Add "webserver_fastcgi_port" where "BioStar" part
  7. Enter the port number what you want to use instead of port 9000