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Post AIX: Which Application is Using a Specific Port

How to check which application is binded to specific port on IBM AIX, maybe somebody will find it usefull.

Code:
# netstat -Aan | grep 5524
f100060005e1eb98 tcp4       0      0  *.5524             *.*                LISTEN

# rmsock f1000600060d8b98 tcpcb
The socket 0x60d8808 is being held by proccess 1982694 (java.bin).

# ps ax | grep 1982694
 1003654  pts/6 A     0:00 grep 1982694 
 1982694  pts/3 A     3:03 /u00/orahome3/jdk/bin/java.bin -Dibm.stream.nio=true
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