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PID. For example, the pflags command prints the flags and data model details for the PID in question. For the preceding Korn shell example, you can easily print out this status information:
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# /usr/proc/bin/pflags 29081 29081: /bin/ksh data model = _ILP32 flags = PR_ORPHAN /1: flags = PR_PCINVAL|PR_ASLEEP [ waitid(0x7,0x0,0x804714c,0x7) ]
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You can also print the credential information for this process, including the effective and real UID and GID of the process owner, by using the pcred command:
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$ /usr/proc/bin/pcred 29081 29081: e/r/sUID=100 e/r/sGID=10
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Here, both the effective and the real UID is 100 (user pwatters), and the effective and real GID is 10 (group staff). To examine the address space map of the target process, you can use the pmap command and all the libraries it requires to execute:
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# /usr/proc/bin/pmap 29081 29081: /bin/ksh 08046000 8K read/write/exec 08048000 160K read/exec 08070000 8K read/write/exec 08072000 28K read/write/exec DFAB4000 16K read/exec DFAB8000 8K read/write/exec DFABB000 4K read/write/exec DFABD000 12K read/exec DFAC0000 4K read/write/exec DFAC4000 552K read/exec DFB4E000 24K read/write/exec DFB54000 8K read/write/exec DFB57000 444K read/exec DFBC6000 20K read/write/exec DFBCB000 32K read/write/exec DFBD4000 32K read/exec DFBDC000 8K read/write/exec DFBDF000 4K read/exec DFBE1000 4K read/write/exec DFBE3000 100K read/exec DFBFC000 12K read/write/exec total 1488K
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[ stack ] /usr/bin/ksh /usr/bin/ksh [ heap ] /usr/lib/locale/en_AU/en_AU.so.2 /usr/lib/locale/en_AU/en_AU.so.2 [ anon ] /usr/lib/libmp.so.2 /usr/lib/libmp.so.2 /usr/lib/libc.so.1 /usr/lib/libc.so.1 [ anon ] /usr/lib/libnsl.so.1 /usr/lib/libnsl.so.1 [ anon ] /usr/lib/libsocket.so.1 /usr/lib/libsocket.so.1 /usr/lib/libdl.so.1 [ anon ] /usr/lib/ld.so.1 /usr/lib/ld.so.1
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It s always surprising to see how many libraries are loaded when an application is executed, especially something as complicated as a shell, leading to a total of 1488KB
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memory used. You can obtain a list of the dynamic libraries linked to each process by using the pldd command:
# /usr/proc/bin/pldd 29081 29081: /bin/ksh /usr/lib/libsocket.so.1 /usr/lib/libnsl.so.1 /usr/lib/libc.so.1 /usr/lib/libdl.so.1 /usr/lib/libmp.so.2 /usr/lib/locale/en_AU/en_AU.so.2
As discussed earlier in the section Sending Signals, signals are the way in which processes communicate with each other, and they can also be used from shells to communicate with spawned processes (usually to suspend or kill them). By using the psig command, it is possible to list the signal actions associated with each process:
$ /usr/proc/bin/psig 29081 29081: /bin/ksh HUP caught RESTART INT caught RESTART QUIT ignored ILL caught RESTART TRAP caught RESTART ABRT caught RESTART EMT caught RESTART FPE caught RESTART KILL default BUS caught RESTART SEGV default SYS caught RESTART PIPE caught RESTART ALRM caught RESTART TERM ignored USR1 caught RESTART USR2 caught RESTART CLD default NOCLDSTOP PWR default WINCH default URG default POLL default STOP default TSTP ignored CONT default TTIN ignored TTOU ignored
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It is also possible to print a hexadecimal format stack trace for the lightweight process (LWP) in each process by using the pstack command. This can be useful and can be used in the same way that the truss command was used:
$ /usr/proc/bin/pstack 29081 29081: /bin/ksh dfaf5347 waitid (7, 0, 804714c, 7) dfb0d9db _waitPID (ffffffff, 8047224, 4) + 63 dfb40617 waitPID (ffffffff, 8047224, 4) + 1f 0805b792 job_wait (719d) + 1ae 08064be8 sh_exec (8077270, 14) + af0 0805e3a1 () 0805decd main (1, 8047624, 804762c) + 705 0804fa78 ()
Perhaps the most commonly used proc tool is the pfiles command, which displays all the open files for each process. This is useful for determining operational dependencies between data files and applications:
$ /usr/proc/bin/pfiles 29081 29081: /bin/ksh Current rlimit: 64 file descriptors 0: S_IFCHR mode:0620 dev:102,0 ino:319009 UID:6049 GID:7 rdev:24,8 O_RDWR|O_LARGEFILE 1: S_IFCHR mode:0620 dev:102,0 ino:319009 UID:6049 GID:7 rdev:24,8 O_RDWR|O_LARGEFILE 2: S_IFCHR mode:0620 dev:102,0 ino:319009 UID:6049 GID:7 rdev:24,8 O_RDWR|O_LARGEFILE
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