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Old 7th February 2011
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Default OpenBSD, how to see subprocess details

Hi all,

I am a happy user of OpenBSD. Currently I have some problems I am trying to debug.
I have a program that runs a few 'subprocesses' (threads?). Looking with 'ps waux' I can see the main program STAT="Ss".
Can anyone tell me which utilities / options can be used to see each of the individual subprocesses?

Remark: The top -T options seems related. However I do not see any difference at all between "top -T" and "top", so I have no processes at all with threads, the -T option does not work or it has other purposes.
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