RE: Linux ps command

My admin's last suggestion (I promise) :-

export PS_PERSONALITY=sun
export CMD_ENV=sun

then run the usual SunOS commands "ps -ef | grep ora"

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From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Charlotte Hammond
Sent: 19 November 2004 14:08
To: ORACLE-L
Subject: RE: Linux ps command


Thanks, but sorry, no - this returns "[oracle]" again:
 
charlotte@quatermass:~> ps alx | grep ora
0   700  3589     1  15   0 14520 1864 schedu S    ?          0:00
/opt/oracle/product/9.2.0/bin/tnslsnr LISTENER -inherit
0   700 27446     1  15   0 284392 7912 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27448     1  15   0 284736 7904 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27450     1  15   0 287848 9236 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27452     1  15   0 283744 7276 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27454     1  15   0 283744 16932 schedu S  ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27456     1  15   0 283716 10056 schedu S  ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27458     1  15   0 283692 9388 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27460     1  15   0 287788 6556 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27462     1  15   0 287860 6792 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27465     1  15   0 283664 5980 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27467     1  15   0 283664 5984 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27469     1  15   0 283664 5984 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27471     1  15   0 283664 6004 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27474     1  15   0 283676 6584 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   700 27476     1  15   0 283676 6472 schedu S   ?          0:00 [oracle]
0   702 27770 27747  20   0  3544  568 pipe_w S    pts/0      0:00 grep ora
 
- Charlotte
 
 
"Stephane Faroult"  wrote:
Try  
    ps alx
Regards, 
Stephane Faroult 
RoughSea Ltd 
http://www.roughsea.com 


"Nick Tilbury @ Northampton" <ntilbury@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I cannot take credit (or blame !) for this one, it comes from our Unix
admin.
See if it give you want you require.

try ps auxc

a = all processes on a terminal, including other users
u = display user-oriented format
x = select processes without controlling ttys
c = display true command name

Nick

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From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Charlotte Hammond
Sent: 19 November 2004 11:31
To: ORACLE-L
Subject: Linux ps command


Hi List,

If I run "ps" on Solaris or on SuSE Linux 7.2 I see the Oracle background
processes under the command heading containing the SID, eg. "ora_smon_MYSID"
or "oracleMYSID (LOCAL=NO)". If I do the same under SuSE Linux 8.2 I just
get "[oracle]", no process name and no SID.

I know I can cross-reference process id's with V$PROCESS but it's a lot
easier if this information is already in ps. Is there some way to get SuSE
8.2 to behave like 7.2 (or Solaris) in this regard?

Thanks
- Charlotte


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