I had a problem recently, where a perl script was consuming server resources. I found out it was a perl script by using "top". But it didn't give the path to the script. Nor did
Also, ps -ef showed that the process with that pid is
/usr/bin/httpd (apache), so it must have been apache serving some perl page I suppose.
Is it possible to get the path to currently running perl script, if I only know the process PID of the perl process that is running that script? If so, how?
Clarification: I don't need the path to the perl binary, I need the path to the perl script that binary is currently executing.