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Bug 2803

Summary: lsof that you ship doesn't show Unix sockets; new release does
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: jonathan.sergent
Component: lsofAssignee: Jay Turner <jturner>
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Version: 6.0CC: srevivo
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Description jonathan.sergent 1999-05-13 22:09:10 UTC
There is a new release of lsof out which has a bug fix in
it for Linux with sparc64 kernels.

The previous version doesn't properly parse /proc/net/unix
(which has some 64-bit quantities in it) and thus fails
to map Unix-domain sockets to their names.  Try running
lsof on an Ultra and notice that the lines corresponding
to Unix-domain sockets say:
gnome-ter 2709 jsergent    8u  sock    0,0             10656
can't identify protocol
(for instance)

lsof 4.43, which just came out, has a tiny fix from me in
it that fixes this behavior, in dialects/linux/proc/dsock.c.

Comment 1 Jeff Johnson 1999-05-14 16:06:59 UTC
Upgrade (and your patch) is in lsof-4.43-1