Rahul Kumar (@rahul)
We often don’t need to run multiple instances of our spring boot application on the same machine but learning them would be quite interesting.
I am assuming that you know about spring boot!.
First, you need to open a terminal at the root of your application. Once you have opened the terminal type the following.
mvn spring-boot:run -Dspring-boot.run.arguments=--server.port=8080
You can change
8080 to your desired port number.
application.properties and add the following
server.port=0 will start the spring boot application on a random port. You can easily get the port number from logs.
LiveReload server is running on port 35729
Tomcat started on port(s): 65449 (http) with context path ''
As you can see the port number
65449 has been printed on the terminal. Which can be used further to make HTTP requests.
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