What character do most processes have in the terminal

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What character do most processes have in the terminal column? What does the character in the terminal column indicate? Which user started most of these processes? Which process it the parent to most processes? Utilize the Rich Text field below for your answer. In the field, you can incorporate section headers, font adjustments, screenshots, etc. If you use any source material, use in-text citations, per APA standards, and ensure the sources are included in References section at the end of this document. The process that has an ID of 1 is the root. The character that is in the terminal column is ?. The ? mark in the terminal column means that the system is not sure if the terminal is operating. Kworker seems to have started most of these processes.ps 4. Navigate back to your VM session and complete the following tasks: a. Type q to quit Less b. ps -el | less 5. Leave your VM session open as you answer the following question. ***Required Question 2: Processes 2 Provide the following information based on the command you just ran: What character exists in the State (S) column for most processes and what does this character indicate? What range of number is it possible to have in the Nice (NI) column? Which processes have the number 4 in the Flag (F) column, and what does this number indicate? Utilize the Rich Text field below for your answer. In the field, you can incorporate section headers, font adjustments, screenshots, etc. If you use any source material, use in-text citations, per APA standards, and ensure the sources are included in References section at the end of this document. The S in the State column means that it is asleep. The range for any possible Nice column is -20 to +19. The process that has the number 4 is the systemd and the number indicates that this has super-user privileges. 6. Navigate back to your VM session, open a terminal, and complete the following tasks:
Rasmussen College CTS 2321 – Linux Administration Module 05 Project a. Type q to quit Less b. kill -l i. View the available kill signals c. kill -2 PID i. Replace PID with the PID you recorded in Processes 2 d. kill -3 PID i. Replace PID with the PID you recorded in Processes 2 e. kill -15 PID i. Replace PID with the PID you recorded in Processes f. kill -9 PID i. Replace PID with the PID you recorded in Processes g. sleep 6000 i. Press Ctrl-C to get your prompt back h. sleep 6000& i. How did this command differ? i. fg %1 i. Press Ctrl-C to get your prompt back j. sleep 6000& i. Repeat this command three times k. jobs i. View the background jobs l. kill %1 i. Terminates job 1 m. killall sleep n. jobs i. Verify that all sleep jobs were terminated o. sleep 6000& p. nice -n 19 sleep 6000% i. Places sleep at a lower priority q. killall sleep r. top 7.

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