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Process(3)	      User Contributed Perl Documentation	    Process(3)

       Proc::ProcessTable::Process - Perl process objects

	$uid = $process->uid;

       This is a stub module to	provide	OO process attribute access for
       Proc::ProcessTable. Proc::ProcessTable::Process objects are constructed
       directly	by Proc::ProcessTable; there is	no constructor method, only

	   Sends a signal to the process; just an aesthetic wrapper for	perl's
	   kill. Takes the signal (name	or number) as an argument. Returns
	   number of processes signalled.

	   Get/set accessor; if	called with a numeric argument,	attempts to
	   reset the process's priority	to that	number using perl's
	   <B>setpriority function. Returns the	process	priority.

	   Same	as above for the process group.

       all other methods...
	   are simple accessors	that retrieve the process attributes for which
	   they	are named. Currently supported are:

	     uid	 UID of	process
	     gid	 GID of	process
	     euid	 effective UID of process	    (Solaris only)
	     egid	 effective GID of process	    (Solaris only)
	     pid	 process ID
	     ppid	 parent	process	ID
	     spid	 sprod ID			    (IRIX only)
	     pgrp	 process group
	     sess	 session ID
	     cpuid	 CPU ID	of processor running on	    (IRIX only)
	     priority	 priority of process
	     ttynum	 tty number of process
	     flags	 flags of process
	     minflt	 minor page faults		    (Linux only)
	     cminflt	 child minor page faults	    (Linux only)
	     majflt	 major page faults		    (Linux only)
	     cmajflt	 child major page faults	    (Linux only)
	     utime	 user mode time	(1/100s	of seconds) (Linux only)
	     stime	 kernel	mode time		    (Linux only)
	     cutime	 child utime			    (Linux only)
	     cstime	 child stime			    (Linux only)
	     time	 user +	system time
	     ctime	 child user + system time
	     timensec	 user +	system nanoseconds part	    (Solaris only)
	     ctimensec	 child user + system nanoseconds    (Solaris only)
	     qtime	 cumulative cpu	time		    (IRIX only)
	     size	 virtual memory	size (bytes)
	     rss	 resident set size (bytes)
	     wchan	 address of current system call
	     fname	 file name
	     start	 start time (seconds since the epoch)
	     pctcpu	 percent cpu used since	process	started
	     state	 state of process
	     pctmem	 percent memory
	     cmndline	 full command line of process
	     ttydev	 path of process's tty
	     clname	 scheduling class name		    (IRIX only)

	   See the "README.osname" files in the	distribution for more up-to-
	   date	information.

       D. Urist,

SEE ALSO, perl(1).

perl v5.24.1			  2015-08-23			    Process(3)


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