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Process management

Interactive top options: Display HELP menu h
Interactive top options: Add or Remove columns f
Interactive top options:Show a list of sortable columns F - then click the letter next to the column to be sorted
Interactive top options: Specify a USER u
Interactive top options: Kill a process K (prompted for the process ID and the signal to sent to it
Interactive top options: Change the number of displayed processes n (prompted for a number)
Interactive top options: Sort the list by memory usage M
Interactive top options: Quit the utility q
ps Options: Show all processes -A, or -e
ps Options: Show processes owned by other users and attached to a terminal (foreground processes) -a
ps Options:Show all possible details for processes -f
ps Options: Show processes in long format and the process state -l
ps Options: Process state SLEEPING S
ps Options: Process state RUNNING r
ps Options: Process state TRACED by another process (stopped) t
ps Options: Process state ZOMBIE Z
ps Options: Show processes by user ID -u
ps Options: Shows processes that are not attached to a controlling terminal – (use to view daemon processes that begin during boot process) -x
ps Options: Select by tty -t
ps Options: Select by PID -P
ps Options: Show all processes including zombie processes ps aux
ps Options: Show processes in long format ps elf
Created by: johnadream