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[ale] ps without threads



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David Corbin wrote:
| I know that ps can show each thread as a process, or not, but I cannot
find
| the switch that controls this.   Specifically, my ps shows all
threads, and
| that's not what I want.
[...]
|
~    It's a bit odd that your ps defaults to showing threads as
processes; what is your platform, distro and shell?  Are there any
aliases lurking about in /etc/*rc files or something?  Does your
printenv yield any PS_* variables being set?

~    Perhaps you could post some sample output...typical ps examples from
the man pages to show thread info include:

ps -eLf
ps axms

Regards,
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Barry Hawkins
All Things Computed
site: www.alltc.com
weblog: www.yepthatsme.com

Registered Linux User #368650
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