Additionally, the information in the /usr/proc/bin directory contains process tools that can be used to display...
detailed information about processes, in /proc, which is the process file system (procfs). It stores images of active processes by PID number. The ptime command may be what you are looking for. Do a man on proc for more info on the tools available to you. Good luck!!
More information: Here's a tip on using the PS command.
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