If I have the PID number for a process (on a UNIX machine), how can I find out the name of its associated process? What do I have to do?
Is it possible to start/run a process with a predefined PID? In Linux or in OS X (or BSD)?
Just out of curiosity what are the processes between 0 and 4, and also between 4 and 200 something.
How do I implement a wrapper script pstrace in bash that changes the interface of [sudo] strace -c -p [PID] to [sudo] pstrace -c -p [PROCESS-NAME] similar to how killall [PROCESS-NAME] is ...
I'm doing some simulation work with Linux, and the code I'm working on right now only works under the assumption that, once a process has been assigned a PID by the kernel, that PID will remain the ...
Can I show the PID of a process that I just launched, ideally at the end of the line of the command? Example: root in ~: mysqld .................. [PID 34567] 12121 mysql-logs start to come in... ...
I need to route packets from some processes(unique pids/uids) to desired network connection. So, Suppose we have 4 processes with pids 10, 11, 12, 13 respectively; and we have two network connections ...
I have certain file in the disk which I am unable to delete, as it mentions that it's being used by a certain process. How do I identify the process which is using this file?
Resolved before asked: cat /proc/1111/status | grep PPid