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Process info by PID

P: n/a

ZEO stores the pid of
the process in a lock file.

How can I test if the PID is
still alive?

The machine is running long, so
the PID could be reused.

I need the commandline of the
process which has the given PID.
Doing this with unix tools is easy.
But is there a portable (win+unix)
way to do this?


Jul 18 '05 #1
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