How should I see it with ps?

[root@environment-rm-01 ~]# ps -aux | grep bhyve
root         8814    2.4  0.0 4221912 60804  3  D+    1:15PM    3:11.43
bhyve: lin3 (bhyve)
root         6187    0.0  0.0 4221784 34900  0  D+   11:09AM    0:52.81
bhyve: FreeBSD10.5RC5.img (bhyve)
root         8863    0.0  0.0   18724  2156  4  S+    1:22PM    0:00.00
grep bhyve
root         8008    0.0  0.0 4221912 54324  2  D+   12:50PM    0:48.50
bhyve: lin1 (bhyve)
[root@environment-rm-01 ~]# cat /proc/6187/cmdline
bhyve: FreeBSD10.5RC5.img

I'm out of ideas... :)


On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 8:29 PM, Peter Grehan <gre...@freebsd.org> wrote:

> Hi Andrea,
>
>  Whats the command to list all the attached devices to a vm?
>>
>
>  The only way currently is to list the bhyve command line using ps.
>
>  Any preferences for how  you'd like to see this ?
>
> later,
>
> Peter.
>



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