"Start Time and period of a PID"

Post #302581161 by mohtashims on Monday 12th of December 2011 08:48:22 AM


Here you go. Restarted my Apache.

ps -ef | grep "httpd"
wlsuser  8477  5138   0 04:50:53 ?           0:06 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
wlsuser 29808  5138   0 06:09:32 ?           0:04 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
wlsuser 29183  5138   0 04:16:32 ?           0:07 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
wlsuser 11391  5036   0 08:43:31 pts/6       0:00 grep httpd
wlsuser  5138  7843   0   Oct 26 ?           8:34 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
wlsuser 11222  5138   0 05:01:12 ?           0:05 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
wlsuser  5169  5138   0   Oct 26 ?           0:00 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
 /usr/sbin/svcadm disable apache22
 ps -ef | grep "httpd"
wlsuser 11476  5036   0 08:43:57 pts/6       0:00 grep httpd
 /usr/sbin/svcadm enable apache22
 ps -ef | grep "httpd"
wlsuser 11598 11552   0 08:44:12 ?           0:00 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
wlsuser 11600  5036   0 08:44:12 pts/6       0:00 grep httpd
wlsuser 11595 11552   0 08:44:12 ?           0:00 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
wlsuser 11597 11552   0 08:44:12 ?           0:00 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
wlsuser 11552  7843   0 08:44:11 ?           0:01 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con
wlsuser 11596 11552   0 08:44:12 ?           0:00 /apps/apache22/bin/httpd_worker -DSSL -k start -f /apps/apache22/conf/httpd.con


ps -fC httpd
ps: illegal option -- C
usage: ps [ -aAdeflcjLPyZ ] [ -o format ] [ -t termlist ]
        [ -u userlist ] [ -U userlist ] [ -G grouplist ]
        [ -p proclist ] [ -g pgrplist ] [ -s sidlist ] [ -z zonelist ]
  'format' is one or more of:
        user ruser group rgroup uid ruid gid rgid pid ppid pgid sid taskid ctid
        pri opri pcpu pmem vsz rss osz nice class time etime stime zone zoneid
        f s c lwp nlwp psr tty addr wchan fname comm args projid project pset

Kindly help now.

I still dont find appropriate solution with date time and year all together for a PID start.
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ost::Time(3)						     Library Functions Manual						      ost::Time(3)

ost::Time - The Time class uses a integer representation of the current time. SYNOPSIS
#include <numbers.h> Inherited by ost::Datetime. Public Member Functions Time (time_t tm) Time (tm *dt) Time (char *str, size_t size=0) Time (int hour, int minute, int second) Time () virtual ~Time () long getValue (void) const int getHour (void) const int getMinute (void) const int getSecond (void) const char * getTime (char *buffer) const time_t getTime (void) const tm * getTime (tm *buf) const void setTime (char *str, size_t size=0) bool isValid (void) const operator long () String operator() () const Time & operator++ () Time & operator-- () Time & operator+= (const int val) Time & operator-= (const int val) int operator== (const Time &time) int operator!= (const Time &time) int operator< (const Time &time) int operator<= (const Time &time) int operator> (const Time &time) int operator>= (const Time &time) bool operator! () const Protected Member Functions void toSeconds (int hour, int minute, int second) void fromSeconds (char *buf) const virtual void update (void) Protected Attributes long seconds Friends Time operator+ (const Time &time1, const Time &time2) Time operator- (const Time &time1, const Time &time2) Time operator+ (const Time &time, const int val) Time operator- (const Time &time, const int val) Time operator+ (const int val, const Time &time) Time operator- (const int val, const Time &time) Detailed Description The Time class uses a integer representation of the current time. This is then manipulated in several forms and may be exported as needed. Author: Marcelo Dalmas mad@brasmap.com.br Integer based time class. Constructor &; Destructor Documentation ost::Time::Time (time_ttm) ost::Time::Time (tm *dt) ost::Time::Time (char *str, size_tsize = 0) ost::Time::Time (inthour, intminute, intsecond) ost::Time::Time () virtual ost::Time::~Time () [virtual] Member Function Documentation void ost::Time::fromSeconds (char *buf) const [protected] int ost::Time::getHour (void) const int ost::Time::getMinute (void) const int ost::Time::getSecond (void) const char* ost::Time::getTime (char *buffer) const time_t ost::Time::getTime (void) const tm* ost::Time::getTime (tm *buf) const long ost::Time::getValue (void) const bool ost::Time::isValid (void) const Reimplemented in ost::Datetime. ost::Time::operator long () [inline] bool ost::Time::operator! (void) const [inline] Reimplemented in ost::Datetime. int ost::Time::operator!= (const Time &time) String ost::Time::operator() () const Time& ost::Time::operator++ () Time& ost::Time::operator+= (const intval) Time& ost::Time::operator-- () Time& ost::Time::operator-= (const intval) int ost::Time::operator< (const Time &time) int ost::Time::operator<= (const Time &time) int ost::Time::operator== (const Time &time) int ost::Time::operator> (const Time &time) int ost::Time::operator>= (const Time &time) void ost::Time::setTime (char *str, size_tsize = 0) void ost::Time::toSeconds (inthour, intminute, intsecond) [protected] virtual void ost::Time::update (void) [protected], [virtual] Friends And Related Function Documentation Time operator+ (const Time &time1, const Time &time2) [friend] Time operator+ (const Time &time, const intval) [friend] Time operator+ (const intval, const Time &time) [friend] Time operator- (const Time &time1, const Time &time2) [friend] Time operator- (const Time &time, const intval) [friend] Time operator- (const intval, const Time &time) [friend] Member Data Documentation long ost::Time::seconds [protected] Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for GNU CommonC++ from the source code. GNU CommonC++ Sat Jun 23 2012 ost::Time(3)

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