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linux : netstat listeting queue length

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Linux: How to display all sockets opened for a particular interface?

How can I display all sockets opened for a particular interface?
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Lots of TIME_WAIT connections in netstat (Windows Server 2008)

I'm having some issues on a Windows 2008 server with some network connections not going through. For instance, in a web application on the server, we need to open a socket connection to another ...
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How to find the other point of a Unix domain socket on Mac OS X to write/read it?

I listed open file for a process (a daemon) on my box which runs Mac OS X 10.5 : >lsof -p 89 COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME ... xxxxx 89 xxxxxxxx 9u unix ...