Since my last post, I received few replies.
Gustavo Leite de Mendonca Chaves;
Ian T Collins;
They all recommended using BSD ps with the following arguments:
-auxww, -aguxww, -auxwww.
I had tried this before but the output command field is still limited to
In addition to above suggestion, K. Ravi also suggested writing a
wrapper using exec or execve to execute the required program and
Having thought about this, there are the following workarounds:
1. Be sensible about directory names, i.e. make them shorter;
2. Build in diagnostic in the software so that it logs etc.;
I would like to take the opportunity to thank all who have taken the
time to reply. It is much appreciated.
Now the original question so that this summary is complete:
I am trying to trace the full command process that has been taken over
init, but ps -ef limits the command field to eighty characters. For
ps -ef|grep qab gives this output:
qab 4955 1 0 Mar 12 ? 0:02
As you can see, the command field '/pbt/opt...' is limited to eighty
characters and has chopped off the rest. The above is just one example
Is there a way to see the complete argument? I have searched the
but to no avail.
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