I can use the following command to get the effective group ID of a process:
ps -o pid,egid
But how can I get the supplementary groups IDs of a process?
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The man page has these format specifiers:
supgid SUPGID group ids of supplementary groups, if any. See getgroups(2). supgrp SUPGRP group names of supplementary groups, if any. See getgroups(2).
ps -o supgid etc. Though if you use
supgrp with some other columns, the default width might not fit all groups if there are many, so you may want to widen it, e.g.
ps -o pid,supgrp:100,args
On linux these are available for a process in
-bash-4.2$ grep \^Groups /proc/$$/status Groups: 6 9 11 18 100 1000 -bash-4.2$
it may be useful to read through the
proc(5) manual for what is stored in the various