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Re: pid_parentpid_cmd for MSWin32 missing

From: Tzafrir Poupko
Subject: Re: pid_parentpid_cmd for MSWin32 missing
Date: Sun, 29 Mar 2015 08:54:19 +0300

I think I didn't understand what you meant.

this works for me to get what you need:
ps -ef | awk '{print $2,$3,$6}'
ps -ef | awk '{$1=$4=$5="";print $0}'

On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 8:45 AM, Tzafrir Poupko <address@hidden> wrote:
Is this what you need?

~/Downloads/parallel-20150322/src $ ps
     5352       1    5352       5352  con  500 08:28:40 /msys/bin/bash
     6844    5352    6844       1136  con  500 08:32:51 /msys/bin/ps

On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 10:23 PM, Ole Tange <address@hidden> wrote:
On Tue, Mar 24, 2015 at 2:39 PM, Tzafrir Poupko <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm getting the below error, using msys on windows 7
> ~/Downloads/parallel-20150322/src $ ./parallel -version
> parallel: This should not happen. You have found a bug.
> Please contact <address@hidden> and include:
> * The version number: 20150322
> * The bugid: pid_parentpid_cmd for MSWin32 missing

You are likely the first to run version 20150322 under msys. I need a
command that spits out 3 columns:

    PID    ParentPID COMMAND

On BSD you can use:

  ps -o pid,ppid,command -ax

On SysV you can use:

  ps -ef | perl -ane '1..1 and /^(.*)CO?MM?A?N?D/ and $s=length
$1;s/^.{$s}//; print "@F[1,2] $_"'

On Cygwin you can use:

  perl -ne 'close STDERR; /Name/ and print"\n";
/(Name|Pid|Ppid|State):\s+(\S+)/ and print "$2\t";' /proc/*/status |
awk '{print $2,$3,$1}'

Most likely one of those will work on msys. Can you test those and get back?


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