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# I want to be able to extract all the oracleprod processes which are 3 days old and kill them. Are there other date functions or methods can I use? I can make a list of processes but how do I compare the date to kill those processes more than 3 days old. This problem is occurring even though I...
I would like to obtain a sorted list of processes, sorted by elapsed time. I am aware of ps -o etime etc, but how exactly do i sort by a field with format [[dd]:[hh]]mm:ss ? Or is there a different way altogether to ask the OS to return a sorted list of processes, sorted by elapsed time? Thanks.