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ps -eo comm

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If i run ps -eo comm it lists the process but not the full path of the daemon running. If i run ps -ef | awk '{print $8}' it will print the whole path of the process running but if i put ps -ef | awk '{print $8}' in a script it doesn't print the 8th field. Very strange. Any ideas on redhat how to get just the process with the full path in a script?
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ps -ef -o pid,cmd

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Is that what you need? If not, man ps, and find the STANDARD FORMAT SPECIFIERS
section to choose columns.

Or maybe
ps -x -o pid,cmd

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ps -eo args
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