'chkcpu' command help


 
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'chkcpu' command help

Hello,

I am using unix shell from a Unix emulator called ZOC. Basically, I checked my jobs using the command 'chkcpu'. What I get is something like this:

** cfdlab17 **
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5512 Loo 25 0 77712 56m 1680 R 99.3 2.8 4936:55 main_2.out


Notice under the command column, it shows the name of the file being executed. I am trying to find out if there is way to see the entire path of the command, similar to what one gets from the command 'pwd'.

Please help.. anyone
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Run the uname -a command and post the output - ZOC seems to be a terminal emulator (versus a UNIX emulator) - so you are connecting to a UNIX server - you need to post what OS and version the server is running (which the uname -a command should do). Then someone may be able to assist with the chkcpu command.
 

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