How to use the ps Command | Linux Command Line Basics
The ps aux command is a tool to monitor processes running on your Linux system. A process is associated with any program running on your system, and is used to manage and monitor a program’s memory usage, processor time, and I/O resources. Since the ps aux command displays an overview of all the processes that are running, it is a great tool to understand and troubleshoot the health and state of your Linux system.
0:29 What does ps look like?
3:41 PS Command Styles
5:46 How to See Systemwide Processes
8:06 How to List All Processes – But Formatted
9:00 How to List Processes by Relationship
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