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Old 08-20-2002
display full process name


everytime i use the "ps -elf" command to monitor the processes, i always encounter one problem.

some process names are just to long and was truncated.

what command should i use to display the full command/process that is running.

pls help me. urgent.

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Old 08-20-2002

you can use
ps -x

for more information regarding your process

you can check the

file. where <pid> is the number of the process
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