Do you know that Linux makes a process whenever the program is launched? This
Below are the list that you can in managing a Linux process:
- Know which processes are running
- Know how many processes you are using on your Linux system
- Spot a particular process to know what you will
- Determine or change the level of priority combine with that process
- Terminate the process if it’s misbehaving
The commands you will encounter below should be used by Command Line Interface (CLI). What you need is just to open a terminal window to have access. It's one of the powerful and most flexible.
This command provides an information on the process that exits, remember that the first part is the overview of the position. While the second part is set-up in columns, provides details or content in every process with a unique reference number, priority, resource usage, and status.
There could also be another installation before using it
The command ps is for listing running process, it will list
The pstree command used so that you can display processes of the tree diagram, where it also shows a relationship that exists. Do you know that every process is generated by another process in
This command displays a list of those users that are currently