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 Readme for:  Utility » Shell » processscan.lha

ProcessScan

Description: List processes
Download: processscan.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 43kb
Version: 1.1
Date: 19 Aug 14
Author: Joakim Nordström
Submitter: Joakim Nordström
Category: utility/shell
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.1
FileID: 8911
 
Comments: 1
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   NAME
    PROCESSSCAN - List processes.

   FORMAT
    PROCESSSCAN [PID] [SIGNAL=<SIGNAL>]

   TEMPLATE
    PID/N,SIGNAL/K/N  

   FUNCTION
    Lists all current processes in the system, with some information.
    Currently displays ProcessID, Parent Process ID, CLI number, 
    task state, name, and optionally argument.
    
    The PID option shows only the process with the specified PID, and
    its child processes.
    
    The SIGNAL option is used in combination with the PID option to
    send a specified signal to the process with the specified PID, and
    then prints the list of processes.
    NB: Sending signals to arbitrary processes can be dangerous! Use
    with caution!

   EXAMPLE
        1> PROCESSSCAN
        States: 0=Invalid, 1=Added, 2=Run, 3=Ready, 4=Wait, 5=Except, 6=Remove
          PID ParID   Cli State Name (Argument)
          287   286     0     4 KingCON DOS-process 
          286   285     0     4 KCON/KingCON-handler  
          285   284     8     2 Shell Process ?
          281    20     0     4 texteditor.gadget Clipboard Server 
          280   275     3     4 Background CLI PUBSCREEN=DEVScreen
          230   212     0     4 [OWB] WebCore: LocalStorage 
          217   212     0     4 [OWB] JavaScriptCore::BlockFree 
          216   212     0     4 [OWB] IconDatabase 
          215   212     0     4 [OWB] Timer 
          213   212     0     4 MUI imagespace screen notify 
          212   211     2     4 Odyssey 


        1> PROCESSSCAN 212
        States: 0=Invalid, 1=Added, 2=Run, 3=Ready, 4=Wait, 5=Except, 6=Remove
          PID ParID   Cli State Name (Argument)
          230   212     0     4 [OWB] WebCore: LocalStorage 
          217   212     0     4 [OWB] JavaScriptCore::BlockFree 
          216   212     0     4 [OWB] IconDatabase 
          215   212     0     4 [OWB] Timer 
          213   212     0     4 MUI imagespace screen notify 
          212   211     2     4 Odyssey 

        1> PROCESSCAN 480 SIGNAL 12
        Signal   480 with 0000 0001 0000 0000
        
        States: 0=Invalid, 1=Added, 2=Run, 3=Ready, 4=Wait, 5=Except, 6=Remove
          PID ParID   Cli State Name (Argument)
          481   480     0     4 CON/con-handler 53.1  
          480   477     6     4 Background CLI 

   RELEASE
    18.8.2014 : 1.1 -   First public release, by Joakim Nordström

   COMPILING
    Makefile and source is included in the archive.

   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    I created this little tool to use when telnetting to my debugging
    Amiga, in order to see what my program is up to, without having
    to switch screen and start f.i. Ranger.

    Before uploading I noticed "TaskList", which pretty much does the
    same thing: http://os4depot.net/share/utility/shell/tasklist.lha
    My utility does however use the OS4 ProcessScan() call, and 
    doesn't call Forbid()/Disable(), thus making it a bit more safe.
 


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