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Re^2: Script for Killing Process of Long Running Time in Linux/Unix

by monkfan (Curate)
on Oct 26, 2007 at 08:46 UTC ( #647346=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Script for Killing Process of Long Running Time in Linux/Unix
in thread Script for Killing Process of Long Running Time in Linux/Unix

Thanks so much. That's just what we need.
BTW do you know how can I put that one-liner in CRONTAB?
$ crontab -e

Regards,
Edward
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Re^3: Script for Killing Process of Long Running Time in Linux/Unix
by tuxz0r (Pilgrim) on Oct 26, 2007 at 14:24 UTC
    You can put it in crontab directly (everything after the first five fields is considered the command),
    * * * * * ps -lf | grep "user" | perl -ane '($h,$m,$s) = split /:/,$F +[13]; kill 9, $F[3] if ($h > 1);'
    or, wrap it in a shell script and call the shell script from your crontab entry instead.
    #!/bin/sh # longprockill.sh ps -lf | grep "user" | perl -ane '($h,$m,$s) = split /:/,$F[13]; kill + 9, $F[3] if ($h > 1);'
    And call it crontab like so,
    * * * * * longprockill.sh

    ---
    echo S 1 [ Y V U | perl -ane 'print reverse map { $_ = chr(ord($_)-1) } @F;'

      If you wanted to changed this script to kill a process that has been running greater then 5 min. how youd you change the script. i.e. a java process running greater then 5 minutes user is usually applmgr Thank you

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