1.$ SHOW PROCESS OCALA::MALIK 14-DEC-2001 15:35:19.39 User: MALIK Process ID: 28200364 Node: OCALA Process name: MALIK Terminal: RTA5: User identifier: [VMS,MALIK] Base priority: 4 Default file spec: WORK5:[MALIK] Devices allocated: RTA5: The SHOW PROCESS command in this example is entered by the user MALIK. The system displays the subset of information for the owned process on node OCALA. The information includes the following: Date and time the SHOW PROCESS command is entered User name Process identification (PID) number Node name Process name Device name of the current SYS$INPUT device User identification code (UIC) Base execution priority Default device (only for processes on the same node) Default directory (only for current processes) Devices allocated to the process and volumes mounted, if any 2.$ SHOW PROCESS/ACCOUNTING 14-DEC-2001 14:48:01.31 User: MALIK Process ID: 28200364 Node: OCALA Process name: "MALIK" Accounting information: Buffered I/O count: 4878 Peak working set size: 844 Direct I/O count: 1284 Peak virtual size: 1176 Page faults: 6100 Mounted volumes: 0 Images activated: 22 Elapsed CPU time: 0 00:01:20.51 Connect time: 0 04:06:03.75 The SHOW PROCESS command in this example displays the accounting statistics for the process. The values under Peak working set size and Peak virtual size are rendered and in pagelets on Alpha. 3.$ SHOW PROCESS/PRIVILEGES 14-DEC-2001 14:59:28.53 User: MALIK Process ID: 28200364 Node: OCALA Process name: "MALIK" Process privileges: GROUP may affect other processes in same group TMPMBX may create temporary mailbox NETMBX may create network device Process rights identifiers: INTERACTIVE DIALUP The SHOW PROCESS command in this example displays the current privileges for the process. 4.$ SHOW PROCESS/QUOTAS 14-DEC-2001 15:00:28.79 User: MALIK Process ID: 28200364 Node: OCALA Process name: "MALIK" Process Quotas: Account name: VMS CPU limit: Infinite Direct I/O limit: 6 Buffered I/O byte count quota: 17904 Buffered I/O limit: 6 Timer queue entry quota: 10 Open file quota: 31 Paging file quota: 24945 Subprocess quota: 8 Default page fault cluster: 64 AST limit: 14 Enqueue quota: 30 Shared file limit: 9 Max detached processes: 11 Max active jobs: 14 The SHOW PROCESS command in this example displays the available quotas and limits. The value under Paging file quota is rendered in pagelets on Alpha. 5.$ SHOW PROCESS/SUBPROCESSES 14-DEC-2001 15:44:59.39 User: MALIK Process ID: 28200364 Node: OCALA Process name: "MALIK_1" Processes in this tree: MALIK MALIK_1 (*) MALIK_2 The SHOW PROCESS command in this example shows the current process tree. The current process is indicated by the asterisk (*). Processes both below and above the current process are shown. 6.$ SHOW PROCESS/CONTINUOUS BOB Process BOB 12:26:53 State CUR Working set 269 Cur/base priority 8/4 Virtual memory 1713 Current PC 7FFEE07E CPU time 00:00:13.82 Current PSL 03C00000 Direct I/O 246 Current user SP 7FF785A4 Buffered I/O 646 PID 226006C0 Page faults 3417 UIC [VMS,BOB] Event flags C8000007 C0000000 SYS$SYSROOT:[SYSEXE]SHOW.EXE In this example, the /CONTINUOUS qualifier causes the display of information about process BOB to be updated continuously. Note that the Virtual pages heading appears on Alpha indicating the virtual memory used as a number of CPU-specific pages. The value displayed for Working set is also a number of CPU- specific pages. 7.$ SHOW PROCESS/CONTINUOUS CIMSERVER Process CIMSERVER 07:38:02 State LEF Working set 2599 Cur/base priority 9/4 Virtual pages 15135 Current PC 8065BDC0 CPU time 0 00:00:14.33 Current PSL 00000000 Direct I/O 5889 Current user SP 7ACE6680 Buffered I/O 88641 PID 20200822 Page faults 1487 UIC [SYSTEM] Event flags C0000001 80000000 $1$DGA02:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][WBEM_SERVICES]CIMSERVER.EXE;1 [Press Q key] Process CIMSERVER 07:38:18 State LEF Working set 2599 PID 20200822 Page faults 1487 UIC [SYSTEM] Event flags C0000001 80000000 # open files remaining 125/128 ( 97%) Direct I/O count/limit 100/100 (100%) Buffered I/O count/limit 99/100 ( 99%) BUFIO byte count/limit 251840/251840 (100%) ASTs remaining 98/100 ( 98%) Timer entries remaining 15/16 ( 93%) PGFL quota count/limit 42408/43750 ( 96%) ENQ quota count/limit 2048/2048 (100%) $1$DGA02:[SYS0.SYSCOMMON.][WBEM_SERVICES]CIMSERVER.EXE;1 In this example, the standard continuous display is interrupted when the Q key is pressed. The display then dynamically changes to show the quotas in two columns: one column with the actual counts and another with percentages. 8.$ SHOW PROCESS/MEMORY 14-DEC-2001 14:59:04.48 User: MALIK Process ID: 28200364 Node: OCALA Process Name: "MALIK" Process Dynamic Memory Area Current Size (bytes) 25600 Current Total Size (pages) 50 Free Space (bytes) 22698 Space in Use (bytes) 2902 Size of Largest Block 22496 Size of Smallest Block 15 Number of Free Blocks 7 Free Blocks LEQU 32 Bytes 3 The SHOW PROCESS command in this example displays the use of dynamic memory areas for the current process, MALIK. These areas are described as follows: Current size Displays the current size in bytes and pagelets on Alpha of each dynamic memory area. Free space Displays the amount of free space in each dynamic memory area. Space in use Displays the amount of space currently allocated from each area. Largest block Displays the size of the largest contiguous area in each pool area. Smallest block Displays the size of the smallest free block in each pool area. Free blocks Displays the total number of free blocks in each pool area. The size of this number is a measure of pool fragmentation. Blocks LEQU 32 Displays the number of free blocks that are Blocks LEQU 64 32 bytes or 64 bytes or shorter on Alpha. (Alpha) This number is another measure of pool fragmentation, because while allocation of these small blocks is unlikely, they contribute to the allocation time whenever an allocation request is made. 9.$ SHOW PROCESS REDSOX::RAMIREZ 27-OCT-2004 23:40:20.04 User: RAMIREZ Process ID: 19182004 Node: REDSOX Process name: RAMIREZ Terminal: RTA5: User identifier: [VMS,RAMIREZ] Base priority: 4 Default file spec: WORK5:[RAMIREZ] Devices allocated: RTA5: The SHOW PROCESS command in this example displays the basic subset of information for the process RAMIREZ on node REDSOX. 10$ SHOW PROCESS/SHELVING LYONS 15-JUNE-2001 10:07:25.11 User: LYONS Process ID: 20206A50 Node: BANANA Process name: "LYONS" Auto-unshelve: on The SHOW PROCESS command in this example shows that the LYONS process automatically unshelves files. 11$ SHOW PROCESS/DUMP RALSTON 31-DEC-2001 10:38:32.48 User: RALSTON Process ID: 20C0011B Node: AAAAAA Process name: "_RTA1:" Image Dump: on The SHOW PROCESS command in this example shows that the image dump capability for the RALSTON process is enabled. This causes the contents of the address space to be written to the file named SYS$LOGIN:(image-name).DMP (where the image name is the same as the file name) when an image terminates due to an unhandled error. See the SET PROCESS/DUMP command for additional information. 12$ SHOW/SYMLINK $17-SEP-2009 05:31:34.92 User: SYSTEM Process ID: 20A0045C Node: LENOX1 Process name: "SYSTEM" Symlink search mode: No wildcard This example shows that wildcard is not used for symlink search.