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Understanding Zombie Processes!


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What is a System call | execl | execlp | execv


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Process Management Commands (fg, bg, top, ps, kill, nice, renice, df, free) Linux Tutorial


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What is a Process?
An instance of a program is called a Process.
Types of Processes: Foreground Processes and Background Processes.
0:05 What is a process?
0:28 Types of process
0:50 Foreground Process
1:36 Background Process
2:15 FG Command
2:40 The Top Utility Command
4:36 PS Utility Command
5:58 Kill Utility Command
6:55 Nice Command
9:21 Free command
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Process Management Commands (fg, bg, top, ps, kill, nice, renice, df, free) Linux Tutorial

리눅스 top 명령어 파악하기 3편 (프로세스 세부정보)


(1) 프로세스 세부정보:
PID: 프로세스 ID
PR: 20 + nice
NI: nice (친절도)
VIRT: 가상메모리공간
RES: 실제 사용중인 물리메모리 공간
SHR: 공유메모리 공간
S: 프로세스 상태 (STATE)
‘D’ = uninterruptible sleep (예시: 디스크I/O처리대기)
‘R’ = running
‘S’ = sleeping (예시: 네트워크 I/O 처리대기)
‘I’ = idle (예시: sleep 중인 kernel thread)
‘T’ = stopped by job control signal
‘t’ = stopped by debugger during trace
‘Z’ = zombie
%CPU: CPU 사용율
%MEM: 메모리 사용율
TIME+: 프로그램 실행한시간
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How to kill Process in Linux


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Learn how to kill processes in Linux. Find out the command required to kill a process via the terminal application
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In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to kill a process in Linux. On your computer system, you may have several processes running in the background. Some might be active while the others might be in sleeping mode (inactive). You might want to kill a specific process in linux because it might be wasting too many system resources. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to kill a process in linux by using the terminal application.

Step 1 View process tree in terminal
First of all, open the terminal. With the terminal application opened up, let’s view the entire process tree. In order to do so, type in the \”pstree\” command and hit the enter key.
Step 2 Use the top command
With that done, let’s use the \”top\” command to see the top running process along with their process ID.
Step 3 Linux \”kill process\” command
To kill a process, you will first have to note down the process id. The process id is important for the linux kill command. For example, we might want to kill the gnometerminal process. The linux kill command for the gnometerminal process would be \”kill 7381\”. Type it in and then hit the enter key.
This will automatically kill the process and close the terminal application.

How to kill Process in Linux

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