Print only processes running for more than 24 hours


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Print only processes running for more than 24 hours

How can I print ONLY processes running for more than 24 hours. Using ps command or any other method

I use this to get a whole list.
Code:
 ps -eo pid,pcpu,pmem,user,args,etime,cmd --sort=start_time

We can also sort the outout of the above command to list processes older than 24 hours using sed/awk.
# 2  
Try this
Code:
ps -eo pid,pcpu,pmem,user,args,etime,cmd --sort=start_time | awk 'substr($0,54,2)>=24'

My PS get time at position 54, your my differ.
# 3  
Jotne,

Thanks, but not getting correct result.
# 4  
Code:
ps -eo pid,etime,args | awk 'substr($2,1,index($2,"-")-1)>1'


Last edited by MadeInGermany; 09-06-2013 at 06:22 AM.. Reason: x= not needed here
# 5  
Thanks, but not all process is showing up in result.

Is there a way to list with seconds elapsed since a process started, rather than like day-hour:minute:seconds
Code:
1 1-00:00:00 init [3]

Should be like below. The above process is running for 1 day, 0 hour, 0 minutes, 0 seconds. So total seconds it has been running is 86400 seconds. So the ps result should show like below.
Code:
86400 init [3]

# 6  
Then let awk calculate that in seconds.
Code:
ps -eo pid,etime,args | awk '
(x=substr($2,1,i=index($2,"-")-1))>1 {
 y=substr($2,i+2); split(y,Y,":")
 $2=60*(60*(24*x+Y[1])+Y[2])+Y[3]
 print
}'

# 7  
@anil510
Post the output of ps -eo pid,pcpu,pmem,user,args,etime,cmd --sort=start_time
This way we need not guess what you see.
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