I can execute
netstat -atulpn | grep java to find all Java processes with their accompanying ports, which is great, however I would like to also have the processes full execution arguments also shown. I don't believe that this is possible with
netstat from everything I've explored so far and so I was thinking that I would have to write a script to process the output of
netstat and then pass the pids into
ps and then prettify the output to show the ip+port and full command line.
Is there a better way of doing this or is this about the only option?