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Using ps command

View the image below to examine the output of the ps, ps aux, and ps aj commands.

Process Monitor:
Process Monitor: output of ps, ps aux, and ps aj
  1. The process ID
  2. The terminal to which the process is attached
  3. A status indicator
  4. The accumulated CPU time
  5. The command line that started the process
  6. The owner of the process
  7. Daemon processes have no controlling terminal (TTY is ?)
  8. Login shells have an initial –
  9. Processes that are swapped out are marked in parentheses
  10. Parent process IDs
  11. User ID numbers