On Tue, 11 Jul 1995, Brent Chapman wrote:
> At 4:15 PM 7/11/95, Scott Barman wrote:
> >Question: Is there something I can use to find out which process is
> >listening or talking out a particular port?
> >I am trying to do this under SunOS 4.1.3_U1.
> You want a program called "lsof" (list open files). Available from:
> It runs on many different UNIX systems, and will tell you what files, UDP,
> and TCP ports a process has open; what processes have a given file, UDP, or
> TCP port open, and all sorts of other useful info. Good stuff; I use it
> all the time.
Funny thing... I already have lsof and didn't know it could do this!! :-)
Thanks to EVERYONE who responded.
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