|Jan 27, 2013, 03:12 PM||#1|
Alternative to the /proc
I know that "proc" absent in OS X, but can you show an alternative?
strings /proc/PID/environ -will show us variable environments of process.
file /proc/PID/cwd -will show us working catalog of process.
stat -c %z /proc/PID -will show us when the process is started.
cat /proc/PID/status -will show us who is the owner of this process and more.
Possibly in OS X too there is such place where it is possible to learn a lot of things about process?
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