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Re: strange ps

On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 22:29:19 +0300, Cristi Banciu wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a computer which behaves strange.
> ps doesn't show all the processes runing on the
> machine. For example if 
> I have apache, mysql, qmail, tinydns running it will
> show only first 3 
> of them (or something like that). If I stop one shown
> process and I run 
> ps again I will be able to see a hidden process. Then
> if I start again 
> the process, let's say apache and run ps again I won't
> be able to see 
> apache process, which is running just fine. The
> is running 
> kernel 2.4.
> Anyone has an idea why is acting like that ? Any
> suggestion how could I 
> fix it ?
> Thank you!

How are you using ps?, I mean which parameter you are
pasing to it

# ps -f 
or something like this

I always use 
#ps -fea 
and it works for me.


Sergio Basurto J.

If I have seen further it is by standing on the 
shoulders of giants. (Isaac Newton)

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