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Monitor processes using ps

Monitor processes using ps: Linux: Shells and Processes
Monitor processes using ps: Linux: Shells and Processes

Linux systems can have hundreds of processes. You can view these with the ps command. The ps command has a ton of options but for this video we focus on Unix and GNU options. These options will allow you to get a lot of information about our system processes.

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