Lists the status of McIDAS commands and processes.
The question mark (?) command lists all the McIDAS commands and processes running in your Unix account. The information listed depends on the workstation type. Output information is described below.
|UID or USER||user ID of the person who started the process|
|PID||process identification number to use when stopping a command|
|PPID||parent process ID number|
|C||processor utilization for scheduling|
|TT or TTY||controlling workstation for the process|
|STAT||state of the process|
|STIME||start time of the process|
|TIME||amount of CPU time used|
|CMD or COMMAND||process or command; most McIDAS commands are listed in uppercase|
Use command KILL to stop processes. Do not stop the IMPORT, SKED, or TCPIP processes; they are required to run McIDAS-X.