Threads and processes of a user

ps -eLF | grep ^user
This shows all process (-e) and threads (-L) in full format (-F)
Sample Output
user  20905 21706 20905  0    6 111980 226256 4 10:10 ?        00:00:00 (wsgi:userprocess)             -k start -DSSL

By: balsagoth
2013-07-24 09:53:12

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  • Piping ps into grep is mostly useless: ps has its own filter options like -u and -C Show Sample Output

    $ ps -LF -u user
    jld · 2013-08-06 21:50:48 0

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ps has its own efficient -u option to filter by user. Piping ps output into grep is most of the time useless ... ps -LF -u user
jld · 440 weeks and 5 days ago
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leonamargret · 3 weeks and 6 days ago

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