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FAQ-How to Check the Specific Startup Time of a Certain Process in Solaris

Publication Date:  2012-07-24 Views:  21 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
How to check the particular startup time of a certain process by using a command line in Solaris?
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Handling Process
A:
If the startup time exceeds 24 hours, ps cannot show the specific time. The methods are as follows:
For instance, the startup time of mdp process can be found by the following two steps:
Bash-2.03# cd /proc
bash-2.03# ps -ef|grep mdp
    root   489   487 0   June 28 ?        4:12 /opt/n2000/server/conf/../bin/mdp
    root  7123  3160  0 10:44:15 pts/4    0:00 grep mdp
bash-2.03# ls -l|grep 489
dr-x--x--x   5 root     root         736  June 28 09:44 489
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