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How to find processes from Python

Is there a way how to find out running processes?E.g. how many
Appache's processes are running?
Thanks for help.
Jul 25 '08 #1
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<9f**********************************@e53g2000hsa. googlegroups.com>, Johny
Is there a way how to find out running processes?E.g. how many
Appache's processes are running?
Under Linux, every process has a procfs directory /proc/<pid>, where <pid>
is the process ID. In here you will find all kinds of interesting
information about the process command line, what files it has open, its
environment, its memory usage etc.
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