MLP.odt - Managing Linux Processes NOS120 Chapter 9 Objectives 1 Using the ps command to display a process information 2 Using the top command to

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Managing Linux Processes NOS120 Chapter 9 Objectives 1. Using the ps command to display a process information 2. Using the top command to display the processes information and manage them 3. Running the processes in the background 4. Terminating a process, Directions Before starting the first step download and save the document as MLPFirstname_Lastname (you must replace the firstname and lastname with your first name and last name.) You insert your answers and screenshots in the place provided on the worksheet: Images: Take a screenshot of the required step. insert your answers and screenshots in the place provided. Your image must show your work and must be specific. Don’t take a screenshot of the whole Desktop or terminal. Show the commands which have been used and its output. Try to avoid showing the results from the previous or next steps. After completing all of the steps in the place provided, save the file as pdf , and submit the file as MLPFirstname_Lastname.pdf Summary: a. Don’t take the screenshot of your whole desktop or Terminal b. Your image must show, and proves your work c. Double check your work before submitting them d. Attach the images and write down your answers to the question in order, and label them accordingly e. Submit your final place provided as pdf. Working with ps Command In this hands-on project, you view characteristics of processes using the ps command NOS120_1
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Managing Linux Processes NOS120 Chapter 9 1. Click on your VM, then press Alt+Ctrl+F2 key, to switch to your second terminal, tty2 (CLI). To log as your user account, type your user account, then enter the password (because of security you don’t see any indication of the password has been entered. 2. At the command prompt, type ps –ef | less and press Enter to view the first processes started on the entire Linux system. 3. Use a command which shows the first two lines on the output of ps –ef (see the sample image below. Note that part of the image is hidden, and you must find out the missing part to get the correct result.) Image 1: Take an image of the command which shows the first two lines of ps –ef output. Your image must show the whole command which has been used and the first two lines of output. Attach the image into your place provided. Hint: sreach for pattern tty, use an option to ignore the case. NOS120_2
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Managing Linux Processes NOS120 Chapter 9 4. use a command which shows all of the TTY entries on the output of ps –ef Note that part of the image is hidden, and you must find out the missing part to get the correct results.
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