Commands tagged process heirarchy (2)

  • I don't truly enjoy many commands more than this one, which I alias to be ps1.. Cool to be able to see the heirarchy and makes it clearer what need to be killed, and whats really going on. Show Sample Output


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    command ps -Hacl -F S -A f
    AskApache · 2009-08-19 07:08:19 1
  • Shows a less detailed output, made only of the process tree and their pids.


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    pstree -p
    Octave · 2009-08-20 23:31:30 0

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