Add an alias for ps -aef | grep [whatever] #121

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ProLoser opened this Issue Aug 9, 2012 · 4 comments

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ProLoser commented Aug 9, 2012

I don't know if anyone else uses this combination as much as I do, but I thought I'd suggest it.

Perhaps psg [whatver]?

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I use it - mine is called psef though.

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oschrenk commented Aug 9, 2012

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I use it - mine is called psef though.

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@oschrenk do you know if there's a way to colorize or cleanup the output?

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ProLoser commented Aug 9, 2012

@oschrenk do you know if there's a way to colorize or cleanup the output?

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@oschrenk do you know if there's a way to colorize or cleanup the output?

Unfortunately not. To be honest the thought never even occurred to me and I'm kind of out of my depth in that regard.

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oschrenk commented Aug 9, 2012

@oschrenk do you know if there's a way to colorize or cleanup the output?

Unfortunately not. To be honest the thought never even occurred to me and I'm kind of out of my depth in that regard.

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I have never used this one :)

If I understand correctly, ps -aef lists the uid, pid, parent pid, recent CPU usage, process start time, controlling tty, elapsed CPU usage, and the associated command for all the active processes.

A problem with grepping through the output is that the column headers aren’t visible anymore.

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mathiasbynens commented Aug 10, 2012

I have never used this one :)

If I understand correctly, ps -aef lists the uid, pid, parent pid, recent CPU usage, process start time, controlling tty, elapsed CPU usage, and the associated command for all the active processes.

A problem with grepping through the output is that the column headers aren’t visible anymore.

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