It is not recommended to run both on the same server. The obvious reason is the port conflict which may or may not be fixable. The other reasons include possible port starvation (if Hyperic uses a lot of TCP/UDP ports), and the potential for application compromise. That is, if there is a security bug in Hyperic or LMS, you risk compromising the other application as well.
That said, if you capture the output of netstat -a -n -o -b when Hyperic is running alone, the conflicting port should be obvious. It may not be changeable in LMS, however.
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