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mv: cannot move «file.mp4» to «/path/file.mp4»: Device or resource busy*

I simply try to move file to another path and I'm getting mv: cannot move «file.mp4» to «/path/file.mp4»: Device or resource busy* I've tried using lsof, but it's not showing any openfiles. lsof +D ...
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Is there a way to know WHEN a connection has been established?

I'm working with mobile IPv6 and was dealing with lots of zombie connections. I set keepAlive to true and want to test whether old connections are being discarded. I'm using lsof to list the process ...
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linux reverse engineer to find process source

A compromised wordpress site has started several processes that run as the apache user. I can find these processes by running ps and greping for the apache user. Then I take one of the process IDs and ...
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Better use of lsof in Linux?

I'm looking for a way to list open files by the Flash plugin (whether Firefox or Chrome). I could use lsof | grep Flash, and it works. But I'm looking for a more efficient way to do that, using lsof ...
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How to quickly determine which process (if any) listens to a serial port

I am looking for a command to see the process listening to a port, e.g. /dev/ttyS0 (with root rights on a Linux system). I can do that with lsof /dev/ttyS0 but this is really too slow. Also, I ...
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How can I unbind a UDP port that has no entry in lsof?

On my Mac, I have a UDP port that is "already in use", but doesn't have an associated process: sudo netstat -na | grep "udp.*\.500\>" shows udp4 0 0 192.168.50.181.500 *.* ...
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Difference between lsof +f and lsof | grep (external storage media)

I was trying to see which files were open on my external HDD, mounted in /var/run/media/mickael/Tora/, and I found two solutions : lsof | grep /var/run/media/mickael/Tora/ (which returns a lot of ...
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How can I determine what process controls the master side of a pty?

The other day I couldn't figure out where the stderr of my gnome-shell process was going to, on a Linux desktop system. lsof showed me file descriptors 1 and 2 pointing to /dev/pts/21. Eventually ...