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how to know the killed process?

raj esh
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Joined: Apr 03, 2010
Posts: 10
hi,

we are using userid in common (entire team).

when i login and when i give ps command. i have list of process executing are displayed.i have to kill my processid.mistakenly i killed other's processId. after sometime i ran the ps command again,then i realized that my process is running and mistakenly i killed other processid.

is there any way to know which process i killed ???
so that i can restart that particular process


please help me someone in this group.
Peter Johnson
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Joined: May 14, 2008
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Could I ask why you do not have a separate userid for each user? If everyone is using the same userid it is extremely difficult to determine who is running which process.


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Devaka Cooray
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"banti banthi", please check your private messages regarding an important administrative matter.


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Tim Holloway
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One of the reasons for even having userids is so things like this can't happen.

Don't tell me. The budget doesn't allow for paying a proper system administrator.


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anish patil
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Joined: May 02, 2010
Posts: 10
assuming you have administrative access
check out /var/log/messages
 
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