Linux ps command

If you wish to view the current processes of your Linux machine you can use the ps command. In this article, we’ll show some basic usage of it.

View all running processes with Linux ps command

ps -A

View full details about the running processes

ps -ef

View all processes for every user

ps -auxf

The Linux ps command is best used with grep to filter and search for specific processes. This can make your life easier when trying to identify processes that load or slow your machine. This allows you to easily monitor the performance of your Dedicated Server or VPS machine.

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