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Hello every one,

thanks to linuxquestions.org for the forum

I'm a newbies in Linux
need to know is: suppose in my switch server some services are their, few's r running and few's r stopped can any one provide me the Linux command to grep all the services regard less its running or stopped.

Any mistakes founded plz give up as newbie.

Regards,
Mosheur
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Hello every one,

thanks to linuxquestions.org for the forum

I'm a newbies in Linux
need to know is: suppose in my switch server some services are their, few's r running and few's r stopped can any one provide me the Linux command to grep all the services regard less its running or stopped.

Any mistakes founded plz give up as newbie.

Regards,
Mosheur
You can see what processes are running on a UNIX-like system by using the ps command. Type "man ps" to see the manual. I normally use "ps aux".
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