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Old 05-07-2010, 07:52 AM   #1
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how to know killed processes in linux & how to retrieve from that ?

how to creat new file system?
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I can't understand you.
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How is creating a new file system related to killed processes?

To create a filesystem, open a terminal and look at "man mkfs".
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May be he is trying to ask two different questions in the same thread !
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To get list of the processes:
$ ps -ef

kill process by id
$ kill -9 [process id]

kill process by name
$ pkill [process name]


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