alternative Command for prstat -aL

Posted on 2006-05-02
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
As i am working on Unix customization and as an requirement i need to output the prstat to an text file. as i could able to copy how ever the format is disturbing when i am copying the text on to the text file. Please any body help me by providing me an alternate command to copy on to the text file.

Question by:prathibha
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    To save the prstat output  to a text file, you can do:

    prstat 1 1 > /path-to/output.txt

    man prstat
    to learn more details

    also have a look at the example in http:Q_21664106.html

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