Table 59 Command output
Max. spawns per minute
Process state: sleeping
Max. core: 0
Job ID of the process. The job ID never changes.
Number of the process. The number identifies the process, and it might change as
the process restarts.
Job ID of the parent process.
Number of the parent process.
Executable path of the process. For a kernel thread, this field displays a hyphen
Instance number of the process. Whether a process can run multiple instances
depends on the software implementation.
Indicates whether the process restarts when an error occurs:
ON—The process automatically restarts.
OFF—The process does not automatically restarts.
Times that the process has restarted. The starting value is 1.
Maximum number of times that the process can restart within one minute. If the
threshold is reached, the system automatically shuts down the process.
Time when the latest restart occurred.
State of the process:
running—Running or waiting in the queue.
traced or stopped—Stopped.
uninterruptible sleep—Uninterruptible sleep.
zombie—The process has quit, but some resources are not released.
Maximum number of core files that the process can create. 0 indicates that the
process never creates a core file. A process creates a core file after it abnormally
restarts. If the number of core files reaches the maximum value, no more core files
are created. Core files are helpful for troubleshooting.
Parameters carried by the process during startup. If the process carries no
parameters, this field displays a hyphen (-).
Number of the CPU on which the process is last scheduled.