|Jan 22, 2013, 05:44 PM||#1|
Apache process name
I've just bought a Macbook Pro and like it very much! Unfortunately, I'm new to Mac OSX; as I have a unix background (mainly Solaris and Linux) I thought it will be easy for me to get used to Mac OSX; the truth is I found some problems and that's why I'm posting this
I've started apache using 'sudo apachectl start', I'm sure it's working because http://127.0.0.1 returns me the usual 'It Works!' page. Now I wanted to list the running process in the terminal, but couldn't find it using 'ps', I've tried 'ps auxw' but the process is not listed there
Anybody know how can I see the process using 'ps' ?
|Jan 22, 2013, 05:59 PM||#3|
This works for me:
I also suggest trying Activity Monitor.app, found in /Applications/Utilities. You should use the popup to show All Processes, since the default is only for your user-id's processes.
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