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http://unix.stackexchange.com – I am new babe to Linux. So please skip to read if you are not patient with begineer. Let's say I am asked to check and shut down the processes that I am not familiar with. So when I ls under bin folder, I see multiple process .sh. But I want to know which process is associated with which tomcat process. Is there any easy way to find out that? Example startmyprocess1.sh, but when I do ps -ef | grep startmyprocess1 doesn't return the running process. But actually the running tomcat process name is myprocess, so when I do ps -ef | grep myprocess, I can see the running process. To know that I (HowTos)