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Why is netstat -n different between Solaris and Linux and how can I make it the same?

When I run netstat -n on Solaris I get different results from netstat -n on Linux, even though according to the manual pages in Solaris and Linux the -n flag should do the same thing. My question: ...
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What is the Max value for Send-Q and Recv-Q in Netstat Command

Netstat output shows Send and Recv Q above 4500 most of the times my DB users says they are facing performance hit for this particular server. Could you help me confirm if more than 4500 is normal ...
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netstat on fresh install of Solaris 10 update 9

I am attempting to decipher the below output bash-3.00$ netstat -a UDP: IPv4 Local Address Remote Address State -------------------- -------------------- ---------- *.sunrpc ...
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Which local process is connected to given server on given port?

On Linux, I can simply: netstat -ntp | grep server_ip:port And I get PID and process name of the program that is making given connection. But how do I do it on Solaris?
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lsof not showing what port a proc is listening on

I have many processes on a box listening on several ports. I am trying to map ports to pids. The problem is that lsof is not telling me what ports belong to which process. Given an apache listening ...
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Numerous TIME-WAIT connections

I am running on a Solaris system. I wrote a Korn shell script that every 30 seconds runs this line: netstat -a | grep TIME-WAIT | wc -l This has been working fine for a year. Now I move into a new ...