To see every process on the system using PS command

ps is one of the most used powerful command in Linux.

ps is used to get snapshot of current process running on the machine with their process id’s.

One of the most use full ps command variant is ps aux.

ps aux will print every process running on the system.

Run following command check for output, it should list all processes running in the system:

$ ps aux

-Sany

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