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I'm trying to create a ksh script to do the following:
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I would like to get the full username when I run the command 'lpstat'. I've tried using the tags -t and -W, but nothing works.
It seems that the username has a fixed length. However I need the complete name.
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Suppose I am a Unix user, not a root.
I can see all commands in running by ps -elf, or some similar commands. Such commands may be submit by other Unix users.
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I have a problem.
Suppose there's a process running in background which has many arguments, does anyone know how I can display all the arguments?
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Hi , Could you tell me if I am right
1. Using fork(), pipe(), execlp() and dup() (see man 2 dup), write a C program executing the command ps -j in a parent process, displaying the result in a child process.
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I am running java process that has a long command line.
Is there a way to get the full command line?
By running ps -ef has returns around 2000 chars
By running ps eww returns around 2020 chars
I am running on AIX 5.3
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Does anyone know how to ammend the .cshrc file in $HOME for your session to display the path as part of the command line? So that I dont need to keep on typing pwd to see where I am?
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On AIX 5.2, I use "ps -ef " command to display the process status, the field of command looks like: , the detailed contents are:
# ps -ef |grep rtesfmrt
osa 32455 1 0 18:20 - 1:57
The origianl format shoud be:
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i give "ps -ef | grep some_executable_file" on the command line.
this "some_executable_file" resides on many paths which r included in the PATH environment variable, so the output depicts only "some_executable_file" in the COMMAND column. how can i get the full path?
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