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View processes running via telnet

Posted on 2006-07-11
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Hello, I am extremely new to the Linux world.  I am not in the office right now and I am trying to see if there is a way to find out if a automated process (auto compile when there is a code check-in) is stuck or is just on standby.  Is there a way to see the processes via telent?  Thanks in advance!
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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top
is used to display the top processes using the CPU.

ps
lists the processes running.

Type top --help or ps --help for more information - they have a wide variety of options to narrow things down for you.

Also, you can type
ps -ax | grep ProcessToFind
to search for a specific process.
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Thanks.  How do I exit out of top?  Can you recommend a online tutorial?  

Thanks again.  
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Thanks.  I wasn't being patient enough.  I was able to exit out of, "top".
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