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unix process showing unusual cpu usage and timing in ps aux

USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TTY STAT START TIME COMMAND root 684 186912060 0.0 17140 988 ? Ss Feb24 54195432:44 root 7319 288895842 0.0 4096 668 ? S 04:30 ...
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How to access different tty session

I wanted to know if there is any possibility of login to other tty sessions. Someone has mistakenly changed the root su password. One of the session is already logged in as root. So any possibility ...
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ps aux and processes between [ ] [duplicate]

Just wondering if there is a difference between processes listed between [ ] and others when running ps aux. What does it mean? Is the process still running or is it a recent process that has been ...
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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. ...
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Is it possible to format ps RSS (memory) output to be more human friendly?

Executing ps ux returns a nice list of process information, easy to grep through or watch. However, there doesn't seem to be much flexibility in the memory usage output; the RSS (resident set size) is ...
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How do I extend unix “ps -ef” command to see more info

I need to grep process by information containing in CMD column, but this column strings is cut(limited) and needed info is lost. Please suggest how can I enlarge string size allowed for CMD column.
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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How do I get my Unix ps version number?

I tried these, all without success: ps --version ps -version ps -v ps -V man ps, searching for version information Specs: Mac OS X 10.8.2 MacBook Pro 2009
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How to get the current timestamp when using 'ps' in a Bash script?

I am writing a shell script that gets all the current processes running, and pipes them into grep to filter out the ones I need. But I also need it to give me a timestamp, either when the ps occurs, ...
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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 ...
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Unix ps -l priority

Why does unix ps -l whows one number in column "PRI" but in same time ps -o pri shows another number? P.S. cpu and nice are zero for those processes
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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 ...