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  • I like this method because I can make use of pgrep which also has the -f flag that can use regex to match patterns in the full command line string. It will also do ps -fww on all pids returned by pgrep, providing a list of process matching the regex provided. Show Sample Output


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    ps -fwwp $(pgrep process_name)
    acesaro · 2015-04-23 13:29:57 0

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