If I have output from ps like the following, is there any way to determine where 'blah' is on the file system? For my particular situation, the -p specifies which port the application should run on.
user 22913 22470 0 09:58 ? 00:00:06 ./blah -p 12345
My question is basically whether or not it is possible to find the location of an executable given the PID or port of the application. The distro being used is Redhat.