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Old 07-25-2009
Display issue.

Hi All,
I run this command ps -ef | grep daemon. This just returns half info on the page. Like.

User 10888 1 0 23:04:58 ? 0:44 /opt/xxxxx/bin/perl /home/xxxxx/s

After the "/s "at the end of the line it should continue. But it's not displayed. And can't even grep for the name that I know.[ I know the name of the daemon] Because the system only gives this out put. Even if I cut the field thats all the output that I get.

SunOS id OS. I guess the hardware should not make a difference.

Please advise.

Thanks and Regards,
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Old 07-25-2009
The SUNOS version matters. Look for the "wide" option in "man ps".
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