I'd like to be able to find out which process is currently using a certain port in Linux. Is there any way to do this?
You have a couple of options:
lsof -i tcp:80
will give you the list of processes using tcp port 80.
sudo netstat -nlp
will give you all open network connections.
I am using "CentOS 7 minimal" which has nor
lsof. But a lot of linux distributions have the socket statistics command (i.e.
Here is an example of execution:
# ss -tanp | grep 6379 LISTEN 0 128 127.0.0.1:6379 *:* users:(("redis-server",pid=2531,fd=4))
In Linux, To find a process running on a port, do below:
lsof -i :<port_number>
lsof -i :8080