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Re: Funny Lines in Access_log

On Wed, 22 Mar 2006 23:42:31 +0000, Doug Holtz NOSPAM in adress wrote:

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Hello. To identify the process responsible for the use
of port 941, I propose the lsof utility.

As root on your host type :
# /usr/sbin/lsof -P | grep 941

As an example (on my local host) with port 8118 (used by privoxy)

# /usr/sbin/lsof -P | grep 8118
privoxy    4530 privoxy    3u     IPv4    8353293    

# cat /etc/services | grep 8118
Privoxy         8118/tcp                        # Privacy Proxy


Now, amongst your port list, you say 111. This Sun's RPC PortMapper.

This is used to assign ports to NFS networking.
Since I do not see in your open port list the NFS port being used,
Its probably safer to turn off RPC PortMapper.

Hope it help.

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Thanks for the reply.  I am not aware of this utility.  A little over my
head.  Will learn more in the future.


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I am running apache 1.3.27-9.legacy.  However, I will be using my new P4 box
with CentOS 4.3 and yum updates for this task.  Maybe I will upgrade this
old PPro box as well.  Wouldn't hurt.  I only have 160 MB of RAM, however.


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