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pargs(1)                         User Commands                        pargs(1)



NAME
       pargs  - print  process  arguments,  environment  variables,  or auxil‐
       iary vector

SYNOPSIS
       pargs [-aceFlx] [pid | core]...


DESCRIPTION
       The pargs utility examines a target process or process  core  file  and
       prints arguments, environment variables and values, or the process aux‐
       iliary vector.


       pargs outputs unprintable characters as escaped  octal  in  the  format
       \xxx,  unless  the character is  one of the characters specified in the
       "Escape Sequences" section of formats(5), in which case  the  character
       is  printed as specified in that section.


       pargs  attempts to be sensitive to the locale of the target process. If
       the target process and the pargs process do not share a common  charac‐
       ter encoding, pargs attempts to employ the iconv(3C) facility to gener‐
       ate a printable version of the extracted  strings. In  the  event  that
       such a conversion is impossible, strings are displayed as 7-bit ASCII.

OPTIONS
       The following options are supported:

       -a    Prints process arguments as contained in argv[] (default).


       -c    Treats  strings   in  the  target  process  as   though they were
             encoded in 7-bit ASCII, regardless of the locale of  the  target.
             The use of iconv(3C) is suppressed.


       -e    Prints  process environment variables and values as pointed at by
             the _environ symbol or by pr_envp in /proc/pid/psinfo.


       -F    Force. Grabs the target process even if another process has  con‐
             trol.


       -l    Displays the arguments as a single command line. The command line
             is printed in a manner suitable for interpretation by /bin/sh. If
             the  arguments  contain  unprintable characters, or if the target
             process is in a different locale, a warning message is displayed.
             The  resulting command line might not be interpreted correctly by
             /bin/sh.


       -x    Prints process auxiliary vector.


OPERANDS
       The following operands are supported:

       pid     Process ID list.


       core    Process core file.


USAGE
       Caution should be exercised when using the -F flag. Imposing  two  con‐
       trolling  processes  on one victim process can lead to chaos. Safety is
       assured only if the primary controlling process, typically a  debugger,
       has  stopped  the victim process and the primary controlling process is
       doing nothing at the moment of application of the proc  tool  in  ques‐
       tion.

EXIT STATUS
       The following exit values are returned:

       0           Successful operation.


       non-zero    An  error has occurred (such as no such process, permission
                   denied, or invalid option).


FILES
       /proc/pid/*    Process information and control files.


ATTRIBUTES
       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:




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SEE ALSO
       proc(1), iconv(3C), proc(4), ascii(5), attributes(5), environ(5),  for‐
       mats(5)



SunOS 5.11                        19 Jun 2006                         pargs(1)
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