We've tried lsof and tcpdump to capture the PID of a process that is attempting to make connections. Any ideas?
Many programs such as sshd create .pid files in /var/run/ that contain their process ID. Are these files reliable for determining whether a process is running? My guess is that these files are ...
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 ...
I know that a certain process is restarting my web server at a certain time (probably in a cron job? It doesn't happen every day, though) but I don't know which process, only it's id (from looking at ...
I keep my sphinx pid in /var/run/sphinx/searchd.pid but every time I hard reboot the directory /var/run/sphinx disappears and sphinx fails to start. Is there a way to make that directory stick or ...
I need it to configure Monit, but the path in the sample config file is /usr/local/apache/logs/httpd.pid and it's not there. It's also not anywhere in /etc (at least not with that name).
I have found myself having to regularly send kill -STOP one million processes, but they all come from the same parent. Is there a smarter way to do this?
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 ...
Is it possible to get a file name of a process using PID? ps displays a lot of useful information about a process, but not a hint about a process executable file location.