12-14-2004 06:46 PM
These port numbers are contacted by the front end services which sends messages at these port numbers.
To restart these services the port has to be free.There is an issue today.
There are established connections to the ports numbers and we are unable to start the services.
We are on HPUX superdomes HP-UX dcfngm01 B.11.11 U 9000/800 309255211 unlimited-user license
can you let us know what needs to be done to free a connection at a port.
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12-14-2004 07:00 PM
In order to free the port, you will need to stop the process that is responsible for spawning that port.
'lsof' can help you in that aspect. If you know specific ports, you can find the information using
lsof -i tcp:
lsof -i udp:
Will give you information for only those ports.
You can get lsof from the following site.
Do not use any 'ndd' unsupported commands to disconnect the ports unless you know exactly what you are doing. So, I am not going to mention them here.
12-14-2004 07:36 PM
Take a look at this thread:
12-16-2004 03:33 AM