Debarghya Das replied 5 months ago0 likes0 dislikes
I just ran into this problem myself. I was using supervisor to start my sentry server, and for some reason, it was not killing sentry when I stopped the supervisor. To fix this, I ran sudo netstat -tulpn | grep 9000 to find the process id that was still running. For me, it was the unicorn. Kill that process then start the server again and your new settings should take effect.