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How to find a PORT is occupied or not?

 
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Hi,
I want to run a server on port 81.However it says port number 81 is occupied. How do I find out using netstat command whether 81 is occupied or not? please help me with exact syntax. Your help is appreciated.
 
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netstat -lnp

The process ID and program name may be blank. In that case, I think it's being monitored by the superserver (inetd or xinetd) and not actually assigned to an app.
 
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