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After kill -9 process won't disappear and port is still bound

We have a Java server application running on Mac OS X. Occasionally this application has become unresponsive, and we have resorted to killing it with kill -9. However, the process doesn't disappear; ...
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Can I find the list of ports being listened by a process ordered by the time of opening?

I know I can see the list of open ports using the lsof command. I am trying to view the results ordered by timestamp of listening. The process opens multiple (~6) ports and I suspect the order of ...
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1answer
172 views

Application Unable connect Remote Server. FIREWALL Issue

Developing a C# Application that uses an WDSL/SOAP service and connects to a server via port 443 I know it is a Firewall Windows 2008 Server issue. Because when I disable it, it works perfectly. ...
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How to map an ephemeral port to a pid?

I have a RHEL server with several apps on it and I am attempting to figure out which one of them is making calls to an external web service. I have TCP dumps that show the calls being made and through ...
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1answer
565 views

Mountain Lion, How can I release port?

$ netstat -ltanp tcp | grep 8000 | grep LISTEN tcp4 0 0 *.8000 *.* LISTEN I want to release this port When I do $ lsof -i:8000 I get nothing I ...
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2answers
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How to determine which TCP/UDP ports are being opened by a given process (linux)?

I know how to do the opposite (find out what process has a given port open) using lsof or netstat, but extensive research on Google hasn't helped me solve the reverse problem. I know I could use ...
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2answers
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Why is the port listed only in the specific format of netstat?

I have Tomcat and I am trying to bind to 2 specific ports (using custom connectors). E.g. port A and port B. Problem: When I do netstat -a |grep A I do NOT see the port listed. If I do netstat -antp I ...
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1answer
242 views

fast opening and closing connection with a specific port

We have a Main application named "Trevor" installed in 2008R2 machine named "TEAMER12" which is slow now. One more application named "TVS" also running in and found there were many connections per ...
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1answer
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Port 80 being used by Microsoft-HTTPAPI/2.0

It's been quite a few days that port is being used by some strange process which i don't know Initially i thought it's related to SQL Server. I tried stopping all the services which starts from SQL ...
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6answers
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netstat shows a listening port with no pid but lsof does not

This question is similar to Network port open, but no process attached? I've tried everything from there, reviewed the logs, etc... and can't find anything. My netstat shows a TCP listening port and ...
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1answer
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FileMaker Server not listening on Port 2399 for ODBC/JDBC

I am trying to create a ODBC connection from an OSX machine to a Filemaker server 10 using a DataDirect SeQuel Link 5.5 JDBC drive. I have ODBC/JDBC enabled on the server and I followed all of the ...
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2answers
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WinServer 2003: Cant find process holding onto ports

We have a couple of production WCF services failing to start because their ports are apparently in use by another process. I have done a netstat -ano and found the PID's that are using these ports, ...
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1answer
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Port 8080 not visible while doing netstat?

While trying to run Tomcat on my Windows 2003 OS, I am noticing that the server is not running but at the same time it is not throwing any exceptions on the console. My first hunch was that the server ...
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1answer
167 views

Netstat - Thunderbird and others work on strange ports

I'm getting this: $ sudo netstat -alpv tcp 0 0 comp.local:35409 ey-in-f16.1e100.n:imaps ESTABLISHED 2782/thunderbird-bi tcp 0 0 comp.local:52950 ...
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1answer
427 views

How can I force a refresh of what ports have listeners

I'm trying to re-launch a WCF service that I killed earlier, but I'm getting an AddressAlreadyInUseException. The port it's attempting to use is 1819. I ran netstat -nao from the command line, and ...
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4answers
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Make a process listen on 0.0.0.0 (or not 127.0.0.1)

Both boxes in question are RHEL5. I have a python RPC server running on localhost port 8000. When a client running on the same machine tries to connect, everything works great. When a remote client ...
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7answers
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Port 80 is being used by SYSTEM (PID 4), what is that?

I am trying to use port 80 for my application server, but when I perform "netstat -aon" I get TCP 0.0.0.0:80 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING 4 When I look up the process in ...
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2answers
2k views

The PID and name of the program to which socket belongs

Using 'netstat -tulp' on my server box running under CentOS I have discovered strange listening ports 33363 (TCP) and 35661 (UDP). The thing is that 'PID/Program name' field for these ports contains ...
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6answers
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How do I get rid of sockets in FIN_WAIT1 state?

I have a port that is blocked by a process I needed to kill. (a little telnet daemon that crashed) The process was killed successfully but the port is still in a 'FIN_WAIT1' state. It doesn't come out ...