When I run
top > 1, I get the following output:
I was reading this Q&A on Stack Overflow about how to delete sleeping child processes. I think those "child processes" are what I have shown here.
I ran a script which led to listing these sleeping processes. I killed the PID of the script, but noticed all of these sleeping processes still running.
I don't know what the process ID of those processes are, so I don't know how to kill them. Is there a way to know the parent process ID (PID) of the sleeping process?
How do I determine that PID so that I can kill them?