Linux - What is 'ps' command for?

What is 'ps' command for?

The shortage for “process status” is ps. This command is used to display the currently running processes on Linux/Unix systems. It is like task manager in Windows. To stop the currently running process for the purpose of gaining the system speed, and find out the processes that are running on the remote system, the ps command is a tool. Stopping of a process can be done by kill command.
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