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.tlist (List Process IDs)

The .tlist command lists all processes running on the system.

.tlist [Options][FileNamePattern]

Parameters

Options

Can be any number of the following options:

-v

Causes the display to be verbose. This includes the session number, the process user name, and the command-line used to start the process.

-c

Limits the display to just the current process.

FileNamePattern

Specifies the file name to be displayed, or a pattern that the file name of the process must match. Only those processes whose file names match this pattern will be displayed. FileNamePattern may contain a variety of wildcards and specifiers; see String Wildcard Syntax for details. This match is made only against the actual file name, not the path.

Environment

Modes

user mode only

Targets

live debugging only

Platforms

all

 

Additional Information

For other methods of displaying processes, see Finding the Process ID.

Remarks

Each process ID is displayed with an 0n prefix, to emphasize that the PID is a decimal number.

 

 

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