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How to kill a process running on particular port in Linux

 


If port 8080 needs to be kill use below single command:

kill -9 $(lsof -t -i:8080)

Note: remove -9 from the command, if you don't want to kill the process violently.

To list any process listening to the port 8080:

lsof -i:8080

Use any port number that you want to kill.

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