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What is the command to see all the running process in sunsolaris linux machine
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ps -ef
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>>sunsolaris linux machine

I also believe Solaris is Unix not Linux.  I could be wrong...

Linux is derived from the world of Unix but there are differences.
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You also might want to 'page' the output:

ps -ef | more


hitting the space bar will go to the next page.

To capture the output:
ps -ef > myoutput.txt

Then you can 'more' or 'vi' the file myoutput.txt
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ps -ef > myoutput.txt

yes the output is captured.
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