Finding your processes
% jobsThe job numbers will be shown in square brackets (), followed by the notation ``Stopped'' (for suspended jobs) or ``Running'' (for jobs that are still executing).
% ps -gxHere is an example of output from this command:
PID TT STAT TIME COMMAND 12030 p5 S 0:01 -csh (csh) 12068 p5 T 1:46 emacs foo 12788 p5 R 0:00 ps -gxThe first column is the process ID. The second column tells what terminal is controlling it (in this case,
ttyp5). Next comes the current status (S for sleeping, T for stopped, R for running). The next column tells how much time it has spent.
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