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Date: 2012aug1 OS: Linux Keywords: bash Q. How can I get detailed info about the processes owned by a certain user on the command line? A. Use pgrep to find the processes then ps for the details:ps -fp $(pgrep -u USERID)Where USERID is the userid you are interested in.
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