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ps -fu username lists all processes currently running.

Is there a way to list all processes that were running in a time period ? like, the ones that ran yesterday (and are no longer running)

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migrated from Nov 22 '11 at 12:17

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You might want to look at something called process accounting. Note that this may involve a rebuild of your kernel.

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