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While doing "netstat -p", I got result out of which, I am unable to understand below output:-

unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  3889891  23976/app --node-in  
unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  33223    1759/evolution-sour
unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  34083    1776/goa-daemon
unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  33035    1673/at-spi2-regist
unix  2  [ ]  DGRAM              225771   23687/obexd
unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  32032    1767/gvfs-afc-volum
unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  34783    1990/evolution-cale
unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  33175    1749/gnome-shell-ca
unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  36886    2012/evolution-addr
unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  32297    1990/evolution-cale
unix  3  [ ]  STREAM  CONNECTED  32298    2003/evolution-addr

app --node-in was visible multiple times, not sure, what process is that

What programs or apps are responsible for above process, and is gnome-shell-ca thing?, I though it is only gnome-shell exists.

  • This sounds like app was listening on multiple UNIX sockets; try using netstat -ap or lsof next time to see which socket files it has open. Also, your package manager should have a facility to identify which package owns a file. Use which app to find the path, and do some research (readas: googling) on your package manager to find out which package owns it. – Kenneth B. Jensen Feb 8 at 6:07
  • which app returns blank and lsof actually tells the path to be:- /snap/vscode/77/usr/share/code/resources/app/node_modules.asar... – user3767643 Feb 8 at 15:57

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