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ps [options ]

Report on active processes. In options, list arguments should either be separated by commas or put in double quotes. In comparing the amount of output produced, note that -e > -d > -a and -l > -f . In the BSD version, options work much differently; you can also display data for a single process.

Options

-a

List all processes except group leaders and processes not associated with a terminal.

-A

Same as -e . Solaris only.

-c

List scheduler data set by priocntl (an administrative command).

-d

List all processes except session leaders.

-e

List all processes.

-f

Produce a full listing.

-g list

List data only for specified list of group leader ID numbers (i.e., processes with same ID and group ID).

-G list

Show information for processes whose real group ID is found in list . Solaris only.

-j

Print the process group ID and session ID.

-l

Produce a long listing.

-n file

Use the alternate file for the list of function names in the running kernel (default is /unix ); obsolete as of SVR4.

-o format

Customize information according to format . Rarely used. Solaris only.

-p list

List data only for process IDs in list .

-s list

List data only for session leader IDs in list .

-t list

List data only for terminals in list (e.g., tty1 ).

-u list

List data only for usernames in list .

-U uidlist

Show information for processes whose real user ID is found in list . Solaris only.

-y

With -l , omit the F and ADDR columns and use kilobytes instead of pages for the RSS and SZ columns. Solaris only.


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