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Old 12-04-2007, 04:14 AM   #1
jasper2000
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Process Not Listed in 'ps -ef'


I just started a java (tomcat) server on Linux 9 machine.
After sometime when i do:
ps -ef

My java process is not listed there.

But the java server process is actually running. I can tell that by trying to browse to my Admin Page on http://hostort:8080/ - it responds correctly.

Also when i do netstat -an, i can see port 8080 is in LISTEN mode.

So my application is running but not visible in 'ps -ef'.
 
Old 12-04-2007, 05:43 AM   #2
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use netstat "p" option to list the PID of programs. Then, search in process list for that number. (ps -ef | grep <PID from netstat listing>)
 
  


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