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ttylog attaches to the wrong process - release notes a bit hard to understand too

I have a lengthy python script running on a machine: [root@server1]# ps aux | grep python root 30640 15.6 0.6 296416 102444 pts/4 S+ 11:29 2:38 python my_script.py But I'm now working ...
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How to find out cgroup of a particular process?

Is there any method to get cgroup of process? The only one package that I know (cgroup-bin), just provide some manipulations with cgroups and allow to change cgroup of process/list of processes, but ...
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How do I see all processes start (both linux AND win)? [closed]

I have a situation in which I need to monitor processes starting. I have found lots of ways to see what processes are running at any given moment (e.g. by polling), but sometimes processes start and ...
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Process monitoring with email alerts [closed]

What are the tools available in debian (highly preferable from standard repositories) that would allow me to monitor one or several processes on my server and send an alert email when processes have ...
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How lxc-console implements implementation of the process into container?

Let's assume that we have some host with containers on it. When I type lxc-console I can get access from host's cmd to container's cmd, so I want to know what exactly happens? I mean how lxc-console ...
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Kill process that keeps restarting itself

I need some advice on how to completely kill the Jenkins process. It keeps restarting itself. On Mac OSX. $ps -eaf 216 1143 1 0 0:01.65 ?? 0:04.03 /usr/bin/java -jar ...
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How Puppet handles manifests in terms of processes?

I want to find out how Puppet handles manifests: in master process or Puppet forks it to execute in child process? It necessary for me to know what exactly do puppet master while handling manifests, ...
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How to increase the default number of Postgres processes?

Disclaimer: I'm relatively new to Postgres. On my production EC2 DB server, I'm experiencing high CPU usage on two of the five CPUs, ultimately resulting in latency for users of my application. I've ...
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How to deny checking list of running processes?

How to prevent a user from checking list of processes started by another user ? In other words, how do I forbid a user to see which processes are running by another user ?
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capture apps when file is being used by another proc

I have a build server that throws "the file is being used by another process" from time to time. I get alerting by email but by the time I log onto the machine to investigate, the file isn't used ...
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many unknow process name as “sudo”

my server free memoney is less and less, And many process COMMAND are"sudo" when use top and enter M. I don't understand root user need to use "sudo". I want to know the way these processes are ...
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Lighttpd user directories with individual user processes

I have enabled user directories (mod_userdir) for my lighttpd server but I don't really know how different user processes can be spawned when php files in these directories are ran. The user's ...
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How to tell uWSGI to prefer processes to threads for load balancing

I've installed Nginx + uWSGI + Django on a VDS with 3 CPU cores. uWSGI is configured for 6 processes and 5 threads per process. Now I want to tell uWSGI to use processes for load balancing until all ...
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Windows 7 or Server 2008 Show running time for a Process

Is there any simple way to show how long a specific PID instance has been active?
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How to know which user killed a process

Is there a way in linux to find out which user or which process killed another process? Maybe a log? I searched through /var/log and specifically on auth.log.* but I didn't find anything ...
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run and monitor process in background

I want to run some php file in background and monitor them , what is the best option for me ? I have used nohup , but it is really simple an can not monitor processes well I need only monitor which ...
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Server Consume 47 %of RAM [duplicate]

I have server dual core with 2 gb of RAM and 2 website with no many traffic and the RAM it´s to 47 % , i have simple web in html and one wordpress with only some informations and nothing traffic I ...
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How filter top output by the COMMAND column?

I want get the same result when pressing u to filter by USER, but instead using the column COMMAND and of course, I need this live (I mean, updating constantly) ;) I'm on Ubuntu.
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Segmentation Fault when httpd child processes reach MaxRequestsPerChild

All httpd child processes Segmentation fault near MaxRequestsPerChild, seemingly when it is time for the process to recycle. MaxRequestsPerChild currently set to 10000. I am also not able to ...
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Find PHP process that logs to file [duplicate]

I have started a PHP script via browser and due to a loop error the script continues to be executed even after closing the browser. I am noticing it since the script is logging error messages to my ...
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If I know the PID number of a process can I know its name?

If I have the PID number for a process (on a UNIX machine), how can I know the name of its associated process? What do I have to do?
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Ways to manage a pool of scripts

I have a PHP script that waits for AMQP messages. When a message comes in it is processed and after processing is done it will wait for the next message. The problem is of course that this is ...
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Moving a process to and from swap [closed]

I've got serveral processes (game servers) on my linux server that use up 50MB of RAM. They are not constantly being used, and I'd like to be able to run more instances than my RAM capacity allows. I ...
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assign batch jobs with one processor for each

I have four bat files and a four core machine. Is it possible to assign each run to each core i.e. 1 job for 1 core. Is there any way to control this with commands?
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auto start user(not root user) process on fedora boot

I have a VM running under Fedora OS. That VM has four users lets say(A, B, C, D). That VM has one process running under each user. So when that VM is rebooted, what should I do so that those process ...
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MaxClients keeps getting surpassed on web application server

I am running a web application on a CentOs 6 machine with 4 gigs of memory and 3 processor cores (Intel Xeon 2.9 Ghz). Every morning between 8.30 and 9.30 AM (which coincides with the time period ...
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Apache worker mpm, one process and many threads: understanding performance

Got a mod_perl-written serverside program. Im using shared apache worker mpm memory with one process only, and ~ 60 threads. Im using locks to temporary secure the access to the shared memory, just ...
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CMD.exe call command and process lifecycle/creation

I have 3 batch files, lets call them batchA batchB and batchC. I double click batchA which later has a call batchB and call batchC in the script. I only see one CMD.exe process when it runs, and the ...
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Minimal container ubuntu image docker like

I'm playing around with LXC. My goal is to run a single process within a container and I'm now focusing on processes running within my container. When I create a basic LXC template on ubuntu 12.04, ...
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Apache process races away (process size explosion)

I come here because I have searched and tried different optimization without finding any answers. We have a server with four websites hosted. The frequentation is not very high (we are sure that the ...
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httpd high cpu usage slowing down server response [duplicate]

my client has a image sharing website with about 100.000 visitor per day it has been slowed down considerably since this morning when i checked processes i've notice high cpu usage from http .... ...
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Does killing proccess means free used memory?

I have the service, that each second run external exe programs (for example process1.exe) and kill's them. Taskmgr - show only one process. After running service i get minimal free memory ...
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Linux: How to know which process(s) are accessing my files?

I have a mounted partition, which I tried umounting and it's giving me an error. There is a chance that some process is accessing some files in that mounted partition. How do I know, which process ...
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How to track down sudden increase in process numbers (linux)

I find it pretty common for a Linux server to slow down to the point of complete unresponsiveness (LA 150+ etc), which when looking at it later using sar or munin or whatever it will show a sudden ...
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How do I know if the Linux server killed my process and which process it killed?

It seems my server killed a process due to it using too much RAM. Is this possible? If it can happen, how can I know when and what process it killed?
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Where do the Windows to a scheduled task go when the server runs them?

My server at work has some scheduled tasks that run every night. They run when no user is logged into the system. They run batch files which open MS-Access databases with macros inside. ...
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MySQL Process Big

Ok, so I don't know if this is a repeat question so I'm sorry if it is (I couldn't find anything like it after searching =/) My server seems to be running what seems to me a larger than normal mysql ...
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Apache / PHP memory limit exhasted when rendering report with dompdf

I'm developing a web application, and using a typical lamp stack. I'm using dompdf to generate some reports to pdf. In one case, I have a simple table list (think list of clients) with some simple ...
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Postfix server begins send spam immediately after starting

I've installed a postfix server on a debian OS & also I've installed apache 2.0 with PHP on same machine. Several days ago my server begun to send a lot of spam messages via postfix. I understood ...
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request tracker 4 running standalone and number of child processes

I'm running request tracker 4 standalone, which means with not any http server in front. My problem is that once I launch the server as in: /usr/bin/perl -w ...
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What could cause a PHP script run as a cron job to end up in D state?

My server is running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (precise) and I'm having a weird issue. The server is hosting a large website which is used for data collection. The website is in PHP and uses Zend Framework. ...
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How can sleeping processes in “top” be using a percentage of CPU?

When we run top we occasionally see a sleeping, "S", process which is using %CPU; I would expect all sleeping processes to use 0% CPU since they are not active. I would expect only running, "R", ...
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How do I restart a process someone else is using

I'm pretty new to ops so please don't mind if use the incorrect terms. I have a program that runs on another box. I need to restart the program after I deploy code to it, via capistrano. I tried ...
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How to get process not responding on remote server with Powershell

I don't understand, responding is empty on remote serveur. Get-Process explorer -ComputerName vcass1 | select name,id,responding Name Id Responding ---- ...
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What are the taskkill.exe exit codes?

Is there a list of known exit codes (errorlevel) for TaskKill.exe? Does this vary with the Windows version? I'm mostly concerned with Windows 7 and server 2008r2.
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How do I prevent a nohup process from being killed when ssh connection fails

I'm having an odd problem. I have a server process that gets started with nohup, and persists across logout and re-login just fine. However if I leave myself logged in and then get the "broken pipe" ...
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List environment variables of a running process on AIX without character limit

Today I was trying to debug an issue where a process was not picking up the correct environmental variable. It took us hours before we realized that it wasn't picking up the correct variable. I tried ...
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Count how many rsync process are running on unix machine

I am using Unix machine $ uname -a SunOS machine-name 5.10 Generic_127112-11 i86pc i386 i86pc How would I get the number of rsync process running on my unix box. I tried $ ps -ef | grep rsync ...
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Tracking down high CPU core utilisation

I have a system with 24 cores and for some reason only the first core is at 100% utilisation while the others are in the range of 20-25%. I would like to get all processes that are running on the ...
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Comprehensively List HTTP Requests (IPs, URLs, etc)

Is there there a way to show a list of apache/httpd processes with their pids and some information about the request? Like request url, any params, domain, internal/external IP address, etc. I've ...