On a UNIX or Linux system, a process is the container structure the Kernel builds for an application to run in.

Resourses such as CPU time, FileHandle?s, network Ports and many others are allocated at the Process level.

Contrast Thread?.

See ProcessNotes for information on getting process statistics and information, and ProcessRelationships for an overview of the ways that different processes can be related to one another.

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