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Rex::Commands::ProcessUser Contributed Perl DocumentaRex::Commands::Process(3)

NAME
       Rex::Commands::Process -	Process	management commands

DESCRIPTION
       With this module	you can	manage processes. List,	Kill, and so on.

       Version <= 1.0: All these functions will	not be reported.

       All these functions are not idempotent.

SYNOPSIS
	kill $pid;
	killall	"apache2";
	nice($pid, $level);

EXPORTED FUNCTIONS
   kill($pid, $sig)
       Will kill the given process id. If $sig is specified it will kill with
       the given signal.

	task "kill", "server01", sub {
	  kill 9931;
	  kill 9931, -9;
	};

   killall($name, $sig)
       Will kill the given process. If $sig is specified it will kill with the
       given signal.

	task "kill-apaches", "server01", sub {
	  killall "apache2";
	  killall "apache2", -9;
	};

   ps
       List all	processes on a system. Will return all fields of a ps aux.

	task "ps", "server01", sub {
	  for my $process (ps()) {
	   say "command	 > " . $process->{"command"};
	   say "pid    > " . $process->{"pid"};
	   say "cpu-usage> " . $process->{"cpu"};
	  }
	};

       On most operating systems it is also possible to	define custom
       parameters for ps() function.

	task "ps", "server01", sub {
	  my @list = grep { $_->{"ni"} == -5 } ps("command","ni");
	};

       This example would contain all processes	with a nice of -5.

   nice($pid, $level)
       Renice a	process	identified by $pid with	the priority $level.

	task "renice", "server01", sub {
	  nice (153, -5);
	};

perl v5.24.1			  2016-07-16	     Rex::Commands::Process(3)

NAME | DESCRIPTION | SYNOPSIS | EXPORTED FUNCTIONS

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