To display information about a process in Linux environment, you may always use PS commands, such as the following commands to display Java processes executed by the current system:
ps -ef | grep java
For Java processes, JDK1.5 later provides a small tool to view all current java process pids.
JAVA_HOME/bin/under the directory
JPS (Java Virtual Machine Process Status Tool) is a command provided by JDK 1.5 to display the PID of all current Java processes. It is simple and practical. It is very suitable for simple inspection of current Java processes on linux/unix platform.
Execute JPS – help first to see how this command is used
# jps -help usage: jps [-help] jps [-q] [-mlvV] [<hostid>] Definitions: <hostid>: <hostname>[:<port>]
Specific [options] option resolution:
– q: Output only VM identifiers, excluding classname, jar name, arguments in main method;
– m: Output main method parameters;
– l: Output complete package name, apply main class name, complete path name of jar;
– v: output JVM parameters;
– V: The output is passed to the JVM parameters through the flag file (. hotspotrc file or – XX: Flags = specified file);
[[email protected] app]# jps 16464 jar 2300 jar
[[email protected] app]# jps -q 16464 2300
[[email protected] app]# jps -m 16464 jar 2300 jar
[[email protected] app]# jps -l 16464 test-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT.jar 9671 sun.tools.jps.Jps
Of course, you can also combine parameters, such as
JPS only finds the Java processes of the current user, not all processes in the current system.
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