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Old 11-05-2009
matching pattern in 'ps' command

Hi all,

I have two instance of jboss (jboss and jboss2). In a shell script that I am writing, I need to grep for each instance of jboss.

If i use ps -ef|grep 'jboss', it will also return the process for my second instance of jboss, which is jboss2. Can someone tell me how can i specify the exact string? in this case only 'jboss' and exclude 'jboss2'.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 11-05-2009
Code:
ps -ef | grep "jboss[^2]"


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