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Show the command line of a process that use a specific port (ubuntu)

Terminal - Show the command line of a process that use a specific port (ubuntu)
cat /proc/$(lsof -ti:8888)/cmdline | tr "\0" " "
2010-02-24 17:10:40
User: glaudiston
Functions: cat tr
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Show the command line of a process that use a specific port (ubuntu)

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Terminal - Alternatives
port=8888;pid=$(lsof -Pan -i tcp -i udp | grep ":$port"|tr -s " " | cut -d" " -f2); ps -Afe|grep "$pid"|grep --invert-match grep | sed "s/^\([^ ]*[ ]*\)\{7\}\(.*\)$/\2/g"
2010-01-11 17:49:22
User: glaudiston
Functions: cut grep ps sed tr
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A way not so simple but functional for print the command for the process that's listening a specific port.

I got the pid from lsof because I think it's more portable but can be used netstat

netstat -tlnp

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What others think

I don't have Ubuntu to hand, but I'm sure you mean /proc, not /etc.

Also, this won't for things like apache, where several processes all claim to listen to the same port. For that you'd have to turn the list of pids into something like {pid1,pid2,pid3}, or use head to get the first match.

Comment by flatcap 247 weeks and 2 days ago

thx flatcap.

corrected to /proc.

Comment by glaudiston 247 weeks and 1 day ago

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