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when i type "ps" command, every time i will get "00:00:00" below
TIME, is there any specific reason for that .Can anybody plz explain
whts the reason for that
PID TTY TIME CMD
3850 pts/8 00:00:00 bash
3883 pts/8 00:00:00 ps
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On Mon, 25 Jun 2007 05:14:33 -0000, "y.nikhileshwar"
> when i type "ps" command, every time i will get "00:00:00" belowThe man page for ps gives a clear explanation. Did you read it?
> TIME, is there any specific reason for that .Can anybody plz explain
> whts the reason for that
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On 25Jun2007 05:14, y.nikhileshwar <y.nikhileshwar@...> wrote:
| when i type "ps" command, every time i will get "00:00:00" below
| TIME, is there any specific reason for that .Can anybody plz explain
| whts the reason for that
| bash-2.05$ ps
| PID TTY TIME CMD
| 3850 pts/8 00:00:00 bash
| 3883 pts/8 00:00:00 ps
With no arguments ps will be printing the processes on your current
Try "ps x" to see more processes. Then read "man ps" to find out what the
TIME column shows. That should 1) show you some processes with TIME fields
that are not zero and 2) tell you what TIME shows, which should let you
figure out the rest.
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