Linux process management is an essential part of system administration

The "ps" command is one of the most commonly used commands in Linux to view the running processes on a system

The "ps" command provides information about the processes running on a Linux system, such as the process ID(PID)

To use the "ps" command, open a terminal window and type "ps" followed by any additional options

ps -ef: displays information about all processes running on the system

"ps -aux": This shows information about all processes running on the system, including the ones owned by other users.

By default, the "ps" command shows only a subset of the available process information

To view more detailed information about a specific process, you can use other commands like "top" or "htop" which provide real-time monitoring