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Old 10-29-2009
Finding the process id of the process using the ports

Hi
Any idea how to get the process id of the process using the ports

lsof -i Smilieortnumber does not work in my machine. I am on sun Solaris SPARC.

Any suggestion is highly appreciated
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Old 10-29-2009
You can try a guess via netstat -a and /etc/services and then compare with a ps, but to get a precise info I'd install lsof.

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