When ever I need to kill a background process I do
ps -e | grep <process_name>
I want to see list of process created by specific user or group of user in Linux
Can I do it using
ps command or is there any other command to achieve this?
I noticed some time ago that usernames and passwords given to
curl as command line arguments don’t appear in
ps output (although of course they may appear in your bash history).
I run command
ps -A | grep <application_name> and getting list of process like this:
How can I ask
ps to display only user processes and not kernel threads?
I’ve seen someone use command: ps -ef | grep [h]ttpd and Output is: apache 25125 31006 0 21:54 ? 00:00:00 /usr/sbin/httpd apache 26869 31006 0…
How can I get the command arguments or the whole command line from a running process using its process name?