zypper-1.12.16
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'zypper ps' got 2 new options: --short & --print
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ps [options]

List running processes which might still use files and libraries
deleted by recent upgrades.

  Command options:

-s, --short                 Create a short table not showing the
                            deleted files. Given twice, show only
                            processes which are associated with a
                            system service. Given three times, list
                            the associated system service names only.
    --print <format>        For each associated system service print
                            <format> on the standard output, followed
                            by a newline. Any '%s' directive in
                            <format> is replaced by the the system
                            service name.
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To see only those processes associated with a system service:
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$ zypper ps -ss
The following running processes use deleted files:

PID  || User       | Command                    | Service         
-----++------------+----------------------------+-----------------
329  || root       | systemd-journald (deleted) | systemd-journald
439  || root       | libvirtd                   | libvirtd        
893  || avahi      | avahi-daemon               | avahi-daemon    
894  || root       | gdbus                      | ModemManager    
895  || root       | rpcbind                    | rpcbind         
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To get the plain list of affected system service names only:
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$ zypper ps -sss 
ModemManager
avahi-daemon
dbus
icecream
libvirtd
lvm2-lvmetad
polkit
postfix
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$ zypper ps --print 'systemctl status %s'
systemctl status ModemManager
systemctl status avahi-daemon
systemctl status dbus
systemctl status icecream
systemctl status libvirtd
systemctl status lvm2-lvmetad
systemctl status polkit
systemctl status postfix
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zypper-1.12.17
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In reports like (bsc#945169) systems suffer from slow running 'lsof' calls.
We added a new section and option commit/psCheckAccessDeleted to turn off the
calls if necessary:
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[commit]

## Post commit check for processes/services using old/deleted files
##
## Like 'zypper ps', the post commit check for processes/services using
## old/deleted files calls 'lsof'. On some systems 'lsof' seems to perform
## very slow, and the check takes up to several minutes. Due to this it's
## possible to disable the automatic check after each commit. Explicit calls
## to 'zypper ps' are not affected by this option.
##
## Valid values: boolean
## Default value: yes
##
#  psCheckAccessDeleted = yes
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cu,
    Michael Andres

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