Unix port not available

Posted on 2006-06-02
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
I am trying to access a port where weblogic is suppose to run. But for some reason that port is appearing "in use". Is there a way that I can find where this port is actually being used. Because may be stoping weblogic server didnt stop the process and the port still thinks that it is busy. I know about netstat, but how do u use it or any other command for inquiring about a specific port like port 6703. Thank you in advance.
Question by:atwork2003
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    Assisted Solution

    try this command

    netstat -na|grep 6703 |grep -i listen
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    Accepted Solution

    Try /usr/sbin/lsof -i:6703

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    Expert Comment

    First of all post "uname -a" from your system.
    This will give more or less oversight of what tools you have for your job.

    Author Comment

    Thank you guys for great suggestions, really appreciate all the help:-)

    This command worked out perfectly
    lsof -i :6703

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