Re: httpd and port 7200
From: Terry Dooher (tdooher.lists_at_naturalmotion.com)
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 12:20:22 +0100 To: email@example.com
> I´ve just installed an apache on an redhat enterprise. On this machine is only an ssh and this apache, but when I´m using the netstat -a command, I see the an open port tcp on 7200. When I use "fuser -v -n tcp 7200", to find out which process is behind this port I get this Info...
> 7200/tcp root 2031 f.... httpd
> Any Idea ? The Port is in state "listen" and all other services are deactivated.
Best guess is that some kind of dormant web-admin package has been activated
when you started apache. Things like Webmin listen of different ports from the
To find out what: grep -r 7200 /etc/apache/*
(substitute /etc/apache for wherever RedHat keeps apache's config files these
What to you get if you browse to http:// Terry.
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