The ps (process status) command is one of the most frequently used commands in Linux. Usually it is used to get the more and detailed information about a specific process or all processes. For example it is used to know whether a particular process is running or not, who is running what process in system, which process is using higher memory or CPU, how long a process is running, etc.
ps aux command and ps command explained
This tutorial explains how to use the ps command in Linux. It also provides 10+ practical examples of the ps command…
ps(1) - Linux manual page
PS(1) User Commands PS(1) ps - report a snapshot of the current processes. ps displays information about a selection of…
ps aux | grep nginx