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There is the usual command for listing the systemd services:

systemctl list-units --type=service

Then there is the --user parameter for enabling and starting a user service, executing the command from a user's session:

systemctl --user enable/start <service name>

I need, as root, to list services running under a certain user, something like:

systemctl list-units --type=service --user <username>

Haven't been able to find anything about this. Is it even possible?

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Yes, it is, but by using sudo. Read man sudo sudoers, and

sudo -u theuser systemctl ...

will do the trick.

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