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How to check no. of users currently connect to port 80 on Centos ?

For the services started on Centos (eg. httpd), will there be a system account (eg. root) associated in order to let it start ?

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by:Vijay Pratap Singh
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Command :netstat -antp | grep :80 | wc -l  

80 is HTTP Port xD
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Is it possble to tell which users / workstation is using ?

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rajeev2353 earned 2000 total points
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hi,

you can use to this command

#netstat -antp | grep :80   =================> you can see ip, which is access your tcp

#netstat -antp | grep :80 | wc -l  =================> you can see counting all
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for the services on httpd, will there be a login ID binded to it (similar to that in Window server) ?

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