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When the process status (ps) command is run, the owner of the process is seen as the UID instead of the unixname. In the image below, there are two Active Directory zone users that are running the sleep command.
user 1) unixname = Wade, UID = 1627391111
user 2) unixname = longusername, UID = 1627391376
The output from the ps -ef command is seen below:
Why does the ps command show process owner on one process as the UID, 1627391376, instead of the unixname, longusername, while the second process shows the unixname, Wade, as the process owner?
The output from ps will display the unixname if the unixname is 8 characters or less. Anything longer than 8 characters will cause ps to display the UID.