ps command

Q. How do I list all open files for a Linux or UNIX process using command line options?

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Q. I’d like to find out if httpd / mysqld or sshd process is running or not under CentOS Linux server. How do I determine whether a process is running or not? A. You need to use following commands: [a] ps – It report a snapshot of the current processes [b] grep – Filter out […]

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Q. Sometime I need to stop a command or task under UNIX. I also noticed that some process will ignore my keystroke-generated signals such as CTRL + C or CTRL+D, so my question is – How do I kill process in UNIX? A. You need to use a command called kill. The kill utility sends […]

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Q. How do I find out my process is running? How do I get pid number for particular process? A. The easiest way to find out is run ps aux command and grep process name. If you got output along with process name/pid, your process is running. Task: Find out process pid Simply use ps […]

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grep in Bash

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How do I use grep command in Bash?

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How do I see all running process in Linux operating systems using command line or GUI options?

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I am a new Linux system user. How do I kill process on Linux based server using command line options? How can I kill running process on Unix?

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