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How to find out which process ID belongs to which programme?

I have started 3 java programmes and I can see them in the task manager, Each java programme has its own PID but the Image name for all the process is the same i.e "java.exe". So I dont know which PID belongs to which programme. As I have to shut down one of them.

Any ideas?

Uma
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umajava
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harleyjdCommented:
task manager

View > select columns > PID

That change will stick when you close it.

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umajavaAuthor Commented:
I dont see "select columns" in "view" menu. I am using win 2k pro. I wanted to know which process ID belongs to which application.

Uma
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harleyjdCommented:
I've just logged into a test machine as a NON ADMIN user, and it is there...

Did you do it from the applications tab?

Try again from the processes tab - I think you'll find it... :)

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umajavaAuthor Commented:
Yes, I can see it. But how does it help me identify that this process ID belongs to a particular application.

Let me explain my problem. I have 3 java programmes and I start all of them at once by saying
java myfirstapp
java mysecondapp
java mythirdapp

and now I can see 3 "java.exe" in task manager.
java.exe 1021 <pid>
java.exe 1022 <pid>
java.exe 1023 <pid>


I see only this in the task manager. now. I dont know if 1021 PID represents myfirstapp or mysecondapp or mythirdapp.

I need to find this out. Any ideas?

Uma
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harleyjdCommented:
OIC...

Generally speaking the pid will be lower for the first executed program, but that's not always an exact science.

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QuetzalCommented:
Check out Process Explorer (free download) and see if it reveals any info that is more specific to each process:

http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/procexp.shtml
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rossfingalCommented:
Hi!
Try Process Explorer from Sysinternals (it's free):
http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/procexp.shtml

Regards...
RF
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harleyjdCommented:
haha. goodone guys...
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I_TAYLORCommented:
press ctrl+alt+del select task manger, click on applications then right click and select go to process

That should do the trick
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