|The command used to launch the process (i.e. the command name). On Linux based systems, can be set to the zeroth string in
proc/[pid]/cmdline. On Windows, can be set to the first parameter extracted from
|All the command arguments (including the command/executable itself) as received by the process. On Linux-based systems (and some other Unixoid systems supporting procfs), can be set according to the list of null-delimited strings extracted from
proc/[pid]/cmdline. For libc-based executables, this would be the full argv vector passed to
|The full command used to launch the process as a single string representing the full command. On Windows, can be set to the result of
GetCommandLineW. Do not set this if you have to assemble it just for monitoring; use
C:\cmd\otecol --config="my directory\config.yaml"
|The name of the process executable. On Linux based systems, can be set to the
proc/[pid]/status. On Windows, can be set to the base name of
|The full path to the process executable. On Linux based systems, can be set to the target of
proc/[pid]/exe. On Windows, can be set to the result of
|The username of the user that owns the process.
|Parent Process identifier (PPID).
|Process identifier (PID).
|An additional description about the runtime of the process, for example a specific vendor customization of the runtime environment.
Eclipse OpenJ9 Eclipse OpenJ9 VM openj9-0.21.0
|The name of the runtime of this process. For compiled native binaries, this SHOULD be the name of the compiler.
OpenJDK Runtime Environment
|The version of the runtime of this process, as returned by the runtime without modification.