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Tracing PID

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How do you look at the details of PID?
I need to know what the process is about, who owns it, etc..

and, what are 'gil', 'dd', 'lrud' processes?
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1) Use the "ps" command

2) "gil" and "lrud" are both AIX processes. Google "aix lrud" and "aix gil" to find more info.
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