0
votes
1answer
133 views

How to get a list of background processes in freebsd

I need to get a list of background processes in freebsd, but i don't know how. I've tried to use ps command, ps -ax ps -e -j but I haven't found properties which describe background processes. ...
0
votes
2answers
192 views

Start java process with different names?

I have 2 eclipse and 2 servers running If i make a ps -C java i see something like: 2460 pts/1 00:03:08 java 2908 pts/3 00:00:05 java 3045 pts/4 00:00:17 java 3284 pts/3 00:01:40 java ...
0
votes
0answers
101 views

Which processes were running yesterday?

We have a production machine that keeps crashing on regular basis. Our staging environments run fine, but when the application is deployed to production, the production machine crashes after two or ...
2
votes
2answers
2k views

kill - no process found

when I list my processes I have: root@adam-ThinkPad-T410:~# ps -e | grep signals 11641 pts/0 00:00:00 signals 11642 pts/0 00:00:00 signals 11643 pts/0 00:00:00 signals but when I ...
1
vote
2answers
182 views

Kill a process in Unix

When I execute theps -fea | grep ssh-agent command, I get the following output: tomcat 29057 14086 0 Jan 09 ? 0:00 ssh-agent oracle 1964 14086 0 Nov 26 ? 0:00 ...
0
votes
1answer
2k views

How to list a process tree on windowss?

I know in linux it's very usefull the pstree command and something like that is what i'm looking for... but how to make a detailed process list (tree) on windows terminal?
2
votes
2answers
1k views

flag to 'ps' command that can filter on arguments?

I know the argument "-C" which can filter on the command. But in my scenario I may have some processes with the same process name and different args. How to filter on these args? (I know I could ...
10
votes
3answers
13k views

ps: How can i recursively get all child process for a given pid

How can I get the entire process tree spawned by a given process displayed as a tree and only that tree i.e. no other processes? The output could e.g. look like 4378 ? Ss 0:10 SCREEN ...
0
votes
1answer
48 views

Listing processes for a certain timeframe

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)
0
votes
2answers
745 views

csh script to return number of process running

I want to set the number of a particular process that are running to a variable. The first line of the csh script below is the problem as it sets the variable "number" as ps aux | grep -c fiji ...
0
votes
1answer
1k views

how to check process tree in hpux, just like ptree in Solaris?

how to check process tree in hpux, just like ptree in Solaris ?
3
votes
2answers
4k views

Is it possible to 'hide' a process from the listing of `ps` or `top` on Linux

First, I presume that if this is possible it would need to be done as root (or as a user who shares root's UID of 0). How can a process be launched so that it does not show up in a ps aux or ps ef or ...
5
votes
1answer
12k views

In UNIX, what are the Ss, Sl, and Ssl proccess types I see with ps aux?

When doing a ps aux command, I see some process listed as Ss, Ssl and Sl. What do these mean? root 24653 0.0 0.0 2256 8 ? Ss Apr12 0:00 /bin/bash -c /usr/bin/python ...
20
votes
5answers
29k views

How can I know the absolute path of a running process?

If I have multiple copies of the same app on the disk, and only one is running, as I can see with ps, how can I know the absolute path to distinguish from the others?