"On Microsoft Windows, the Task Manager is responsible for
reporting on and managing the running processes and applications on
a server. Linux servers have a Task Bar (or equivalent) when they
are viewed from desktops such as GNOME and KDE, but the main tools
for process management are command-line ones. Here we'll discuss
how to see what's running on a Linux server.
"On Linux, processes have owners. Any user can view all the
current processes, but only the root user has full management of
those processes. On Linux every process runs in its own memory
space and can't accidentally overwrite other processes..."
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