10 lsof Command Examples in Linux

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9 Responses

  1. ivo grimaldi says:

    with lsof you can check whether the DVD is in use by some process ?

  2. Mangesh Zanke says:

    Great stuff, with very simple and easy elaboration.

  3. Akshay Chakre says:

    Thanks…! helpful for me

  4. MADHU SUDHAN says:

    Thanks for all the helpful info ,Due to this we have solved critical issue

  5. Kiran Varma says:

    Thank you very useful.

  6. Arun says:

    Very helpful indeed!!!

  7. Terrence says:

    Thanks for the post here. I love this I am learning Linux and to have things like this make it so much easier to learn. Again thanks.

    TK

  8. Such a helpful post.

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