Is that service still running? What application is using that TCP port? These questions and more can be answered easily by sysadmins who know simple Linux commands.
If you’re a system administrator responsible for Linux servers, it’s essential that you master the Bash shell, especially the commands that show what software is running. That’s necessary for troubleshooting, obviously, but it is always a good idea to know what’s happening on a server for other reasons—not the least of which is security awareness.