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Determine what process is listening on a port on Solaris, without lsof

Terminal - Determine what process is listening on a port on Solaris, without lsof
for x in `ptree | awk '{print $1}'`; do pfiles $x | grep ${PORT} > /dev/null 2>&1; if [ x"$?" == "x0" ]; then ps -ef | grep $x | grep -v grep; fi; done 2> /dev/null
2010-01-05 17:02:23
User: bpfx
Functions: awk grep ps
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Determine what process is listening on a port on Solaris, without lsof

Can use lsof, but since it's not part of the base OS, it's not always available.

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Sounds good only one problem: NEVER do this on production system. The 'pfiles' command effectively halts the process in order to inspect it. (see the man page). If your process is doing heavy socket i/o while being halted it will crash as a result.

Comment by MrKnowItAll 208 weeks and 1 day ago

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