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substituting any username for user will list out the processes associated with that user. So it might be a temporary pain to just feed the whole user list if possible to ptree and then use grep to find the user associated with the process. If the user list is to long then you could start several ptree commands through cron and then parse. One way anyways.
Thanks for the response!
Is there any way to extend the CMD section of pstree?
18428 /tmp/CVU_10.2.0.1.0.1_dba/exectask -runexe /u01/crs/product/10.2.0/
which appears to be chopped.