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Yes, you have a process listening for an incoming TCP connecting on port 1580.
The way I would go about finding out what process is listening on this port is to use lsof. I think if you search the forums you will find a few good discussions on lsof and where to get it.
I think lsof is written in GCC (have not checked lately) so you should be albe build it for AIX with any GCC compiler. OBTW: Here is a AIX lsof link to get you started if you need pre compiled binaries:
suppose u have a file
ABC ADFA AFAF AGBA AHHAH
AJJA AJKA AJAJ AJAJA AJAJAJ
AHAB AAAJ AJAJA AKK AJAJAA
means gaps have to replaced and see also there will be gaps so output shud be
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How can I check the architecture version on a sun box?
So far I've tried;
arch -k which gives
and uname -a which gives
SunOS <hostname> 5.8 Generic_108528-22 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-4
but nothing which definitively states sparc11 or 111 - any ideas? (2 Replies)
if i do a portscan on my fbsd box, i got one port that i don't want to see it open
that's port 111, sunrpc, how can i close it?
and also my-sql port 1433 and port 1523 (cichild-lm)
tnx for your help!! (6 Replies)
lpmove(8) Apple Inc. lpmove(8)NAME
lpmove - move a job or all jobs to a new destination
lpmove [ -E ] [ -h server[:port] ] [ -U username ] job destination
lpmove [ -E ] [ -h server[:port] ] [ -U username ] source destination
lpmove moves the specified job or all jobs from source to destination. job can be the job ID number or the old destination and job ID.
The lpmove command supports the following options:
-E Forces encryption when connecting to the server.
Specifies an alternate username.
Specifies an alternate server.
Move job 123 from "oldprinter" to "newprinter":
lpmove 123 newprinter
lpmove oldprinter-123 newprinter
Move all jobs from "oldprinter" to "newprinter":
lpmove oldprinter newprinter
SEE ALSO cancel(1), lp(1), lpr(1), lprm(1),
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