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Unix

Date: 2002/04/15 11:30

Q:
Hi,

I have some problems in identifying the Unix process with ps -ef command

Some of the Oracle client connections are really confusing.

I am unable to track which user is connected to the database, their
machine name/ip adress, process they are running, Whether the connection
is still active or not ?

eg : ps -ef command displays as below

oracle 20983 1 0 04:30:09 ? 0:01 oracleCDF ( LOC*N*NAME-DELETED*ME-DELETED*L=NO)

daemon 29908 29903 0 Feb 27 ? 559:18 oracleCDF (DESCRIPTION=(LOC*N*NAME-DELETED*ME-DELETED*L=YES)
(*N*NAME-DELETED*ME-DELETED*DDRESS=(PROTOCOL=beq))

My questions

1. How do I know this process are not hung

2. What question mark means (?)

3. How do I know which client is related to each Process ID ( eg: 20983,
29904 )

4. Is it possible to know the memory occupied by each process

5. Is it possible to check which process are they executing

Hope you can clear the above at the earliest.

Regards,

*N*N*NAME-DELETED*ME-DELETED*ME-DELETED*
*N*NAME-DELETED*ME-DELETED*:
Sorry, but this is not a programming question, but rather a UNIX system
management question that I am not expert in.

Didn't you ask it from me before a while ago?

Regards,
Peter

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