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Powershell: kill one window of a subset running under one process?

Using powershell can I kill/force close a single window (excel workbook) running under Excel without killing the whole process which closes all excel workbooks running under that same process ...
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Every process I start, apart from nginx, dies after a few hours on AWS EC2 Ubuntu instance

I'm new to ubuntu (coming from mac) and I'm trying to run a couple of java servers and a node server on an ubuntu Amazon EC2 instance. I run each server in its own screen session, and everything ...
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Monitoring processes/services by Zabbix by using SNMP

I try to monitor around 60 servers by using Zabbix 2.2 and SNMP. I'm able monitor a lot of values but I'm facing one issue relating to identification status of processes on linux servers. When the ...
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how to find proces which is pinging localhost

How can you find the process issuing ping to localhost? While it is not script, where the ping command can be simply grep from process table. I have used wireshark, but it is of no help to find out ...
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What is a fast, efficient method for threading rsync

I have a single root directory (on a NAS) that I need to backup to another server. The hierarchy of the directory is several layers deep and a majority of the data is composed of extremely large ...
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Kill process and child processes, not parent processes, not group

I need to kill a process and all of its subprocesses programatically. Killing the group is not an option because I do not want to kill the parent processes. Example: pid process 1 ...
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In server 2008 R2, if I run an app in administrator's mode, will child process still be in the same mode?

In server 2008 R2, if I run an app in administrator's mode, will the child process still be in the same mode? I raise this question because I suspect the child process from the app is not running in ...
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Route IP Traffic Based on Process to Different Default Routes / Interfaces

I'm trying to determine if it is possible to selectively route IP packets from a process or process group through a specific interface while all other packets are routed through another interface. ...
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Wchan section in ps output not showing anything

I know that if a process go into D state then it means that it is in uninterruptable state. The process can not be killed by any signal. It will only come out of that state on reboot or if I/O wait is ...
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how to check how much memory take process

As all know in Linux machines we have RAM memory and swap memory. My first question is: What the reason that the swap memory is increasing – because high level of RAM usage or something else? ...
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Writing a script that can start and manage processes?

I am wondering if there is some way to do this. I need to write a script or something that: Can start some processes with some args, for example: start server.exe -port 8899 -name "Epic Server 1" ...
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Tomcat6 showing huge number of processes(or child threads). Is this expected

Our tomcat server is showing huge number child processes/threads. Following is the command i have used- ps -eLf | grep tomcatUserId | wc -l This is the count i have received 1600 This ...
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How to track down why apache2 processes are up for 45min / 1 hour or worse? NOT hosting, it's self managed VPS [closed]

I have a self managed VPS that I inherited from a previous administrator inside my Company, with lots of Wordpress websites running on it. The VPS has 2 CPUs, 6Gb or RAM and runs Ubuntu 10.04 64bit. ...
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Intentionally stop a process from responding

Is there any way to intentionally prevent a process from responding - ie. not close or kill it, but stop it dead in it's track, so it immediately stops processing anything? I've often found myself ...
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Adding normal graph on memory usage per process to Zabbix

I need to monitor memory usage per process of processes on Linux. My monitoring tool is Zabbix. I found some links which describe how we can do it on windows. As an example I can refer to Host ...
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Which ITSM process fits the best for this need? [closed]

I'm in no way an ITIL or ITSM expert but our company is working on adopting it. Our team has come across a need and, from the little I have read/studied, I feel like SPM/SCM/SLM fit the best. I was ...
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Why are some processes assigned parent PIDs even though they don't have a parent?

There are a number of processes that are started with a fake (non-existent PID). An example of this is a csrss.exe process. It starts up, and the parent process PID assigned doesn't exist. If you look ...
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Cisco process memory usage

I am trying to monitor a Cisco process memory usage. This is what I get with the command line: show system internal processes memory | inc PID|ipfib PID TTY STAT TIME MAJFLT TRS RSS ...
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How can I restart “monit” when it stops or crashes?

I am setting up a server and have just installed "monit" to monitor processes and restart them (and alert me) when certain conditions are met. It works great. My question is what happens when monit ...
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How do processes stuck on uninterruptible sleep state get cleared upon reboot? [closed]

While processes stuck on an uninterruptible sleep state (i.e. TASK_UNINTERRUPTIBLE waiting I/O from a defunct device) cannot be killed by signals sent by root via the kill command, more often than not ...
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Apache status says stopped but still httpd process running

I am new to Apache, the server Apache status stopped but still the process is running. The web page is serving properly. When i tried to restart the process, it's not. I believe the parent process is ...
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how to identify a command prompt window?

Enviroment: windows 7 Currently i have machine on which we launch 2 batch files on system start up. These batch files internally run multiple programs by running on separate command prompt windows. ...
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How to dump process in Windows Server 2008

I want to dump memory of windows process using just command line and without 3rd party tools. Is that possible if we assume that all necessary privileges aquired. Maybe it is possible to do using ...
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Identify where and how background process are started and where they comes from

First the short story: I need to migrate a server (applications, configurations and so on) and I have no clue about what is in there, no docs, people at charge just abandon and didn't leave any ...
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Cisco IOS - terminate a process (kill a process)

How do I terminate a process similarly to kill -9 $PID? I would like to do the same as GNU/Linux offers: For example, a shell is running a Telnet session to a router, but later that router is powered ...
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Openwith.exe in process list multiple times unknown why

I know this is related to finding a program to use in win8+. I'm trying to migrate a server application from a 2008 R1 server to win2012 R2. Is there a way I can figure out where the openwith.exe ...
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How to get the path details from the proccess ID?

In order to see the path of the running process 25014 I do on Linux the following: ls -l /proc/25014/exe Output: lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 0 Mar 9 16:35 /proc/25014/exe -> /etc/syscconfig In ...
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Linux NFS - 'stat' on defunct NFS mount causes blocked ('D') state processes and high load average

I'm rearranging some NFS mounts - tidying up and decommissioning them. As part of this, my 'management' server has gained a huge load average, because of nagios kicking off 'stat' on the NFS mounts. ...
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how to view all process details from ps –ef command

hi all I am using the ack.pl in my bash script to search IP's in the Linux OS only for example , and only to show the problem I will give here short example # ( ./ack.pl -Q -a -l --max-count=1 ...
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Anon value from pmap list too high. how to lower?

I do not understand why apache is using so much memory. I ran pmap and received the following: 912117: /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -k graceful -DSSL Address Kbytes RSS Dirty ...
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How can I know the absolute path of a running process? on solaris

this is the command to view the process path on Linux ps -auxwe | grep 24466 ( 24466 is only example ) but please advice is it possible to view the path of running process on Solaris if yes ...
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How should I manage a long running server process on Ubuntu?

I have an app (in the form of a single binary) that I need to run on one of my servers, and I'd like to be able to control its lifecycle properly. What I'd like is the following: simple one command ...
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SSSD process won't die

Thanks for taking the time to check out my problem. I'm currently working on an issue that has only appeared once before. Back on Jan 3rd when this first appeared we were able to reboot the server ...
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linux find process which called destination/port

I know that some processes on a server are calling services on a second computer. I know the source ip (my server) and the destination IP and port. However, I do not know the process name or pid that ...
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Ubuntu - Frozen Process's, what happens on a reboot

I have an Ubuntu LTE instance that underwent a security compromise (now fixed) We discovered a DDOS virus on the system which was promptly removed. We subsequently found that the process ...
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netstat output without PID

I just stumbled across this issue with the netstat output on my server, There are a couple of ports which are listening, but do not have a PID attached to it. I want to make sure they are not ...
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Suspicious process running in background in Fedora [duplicate]

There is a suspicious process which every time I boot Fedora starts and eats a percentage of CPU (10%~30%) and I think its name seriously denotes that it is malware! However, the name keeps changing ...
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Why is sqlservr.exe Running?

sqlserver.exe is running according to ProcessExplorer. When I kill it, it comes back later. Why? I have disabled the service in Services, and it doesn't show as "Started" even though it is clearly ...
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Solaris: how to list swap space per process?

On Solaris, how can I find out how much swap space a given process is occupying? Or even better, how can I list all running processes sorted by swap space usage? I'm asking this particulary for ...
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How to get php-fpm details in the process list

In my process list with "top" command, I am getting a lot of php-fpm processes. Is there a possibility to get more info on that porcesses like: Who initiated the process (IP) Which class is called ...
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Kill old php cron script

After running ps aux | grep php, I found about 10 php scripts ran by cron that have started over a week ago and are hanging. Each script usually take 40 seconds to complete. I have set ...
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Linux program used to gather installed packages, processes, listening ports, etc.?

It's hard to Google this because it seems like everyone and their kid sister has written a script to gather system stats! I once saw a mature program written that is used to gather system stats like ...
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Capture a list of processes ran

Is there a way to capture a list of all of the processes executed on a machine and their command line arguments if any? I know that process explorer will allow you to do this for a currently running ...
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Uwsgi many many (zombie?) threads when crawlbot is on site

I'm running a django application with nginx/uwsgi. It has multiple domains, about 15. What I've noticed is that sometimes the performance starts getting really bad. Then when I run ps aux -T | grep ...
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MOD_WSGI Daemon Mode multiple hanging httpd processes

As a python developer I had some understanding of how mod_wsgi works, which is that it launches a new python process with each request. That is not to say a new httpd process, rather a single httpd ...
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Is there an easy way to monitor another domain user's processes and IPs these processes are contacting? [duplicate]

Is there a way to monitor which IPs the startup processes of another domain computer is contacting as a user logs in? Both person logging in and person who will be monitoring are domain admins. Short ...
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Suspicious process self with random name in Fedora 20 [duplicate]

When I run top I see a two processes run by root with all random letters(jycybezyxa and jycybezyxa): >Tasks: 246 total, 2 running, 236 sleeping, 0 stopped, 8 zombie >%Cpu(s): 15.3 us, ...
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Unidentifiable processes under Redhat Linux

Upon issuing a ps ax command on a server I see the following processes that I can't identify. Googling them yields nothing useful. Does anybody know what these are or how I would track them down? The ...
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Apache - how to automatically kill apache subprocess of closed connection

I am using Apache 2.4 (Linux) where I have some CGI app that runs long-standing system subprocesses. When the client finish the connection prematurely (for example when a user close the web browser), ...
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Find out what NFSD processes are actually doing?

When I view top on one of our servers there are a lot of nfsd processes consuming CPU: PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND 2769 root 20 0 0 0 0 R ...