Sorry, if my question is nooby, but i don't understand some output lsof command. I try to run lsof -i on my home machine(debian linux) and what i obtain (showed one line; my browser chromium was ...
I have two linux servers. Let's say they are C and S. C is client of S On my S machine, I type. $ netstat -an | grep ESTABLISHED tcp 0 0 192.168.1.220:3306 C:57010 ...
When I run $ sudo netstat -a --programs | grep LISTENING | grep 1630 I will get this output. Do you know what good are processes running under this app name? Why they I running on my system and if ...
I know that using the command: lsof -i TCP (or some variant of parameters with lsof) I can determine which process is bound to a particular port. This is useful say if I'm trying to start ...
I have a process which I need to run on a specific port. I have started some other process on that port and I need to kill it. Unfortunately, I don't remember the name/pid of the other process so I ...