How to show top five CPU consuming processes with ps?
Is there a combination of command-line options for ps or pgrep or some other relatively direct way to determine if a particular process name is actually running (available for normal use).. By ...
In ps xf 26395 pts/78 Ss 0:00 \_ bash 27016 pts/78 Sl+ 0:04 | \_ unicorn_rails master -c config/unicorn.rb 27042 pts/78 Sl+ 0:00 | ...
I am logging into a solaris server, switching to bash, then switching to another user "sruser" and switching to bash. /home/batch/sruser/ is the home directory of the user "sruser". The issue is ps ...
Is there a way to generate a full process listing in solaris, without truncated lines? I've tried the ps command, with the following arguments: -f Generates a full listing. ...
In UNIX, I am checking to see if a process is up by executing the following command; E.g. psg dtllst pe99 This returns the following output if the process is running; UID PID PPID C ...
I have Eucalyptus installed on my Linux machine, and I've noticed that for processes owned by the eucalyptus user, ps reports the userid instead of the username. For example: $ sudo -i -u eucalyptus ...
Why do brackets in a grep pattern remove the grep process from ps results? $ ps -ef | grep XXXX [...] XXXX [...] grep XXXX $ ps -ef | grep [X]XXX [...] XXXX