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I'm looking for a way to examine a driver on Linux. On Windows, I've been using KernRate which gives me CPU% over time.

What i'd like to know is CPU% and MemFootPrint per driver, like top but for drivers.

What utility should I use for this?

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man readprofile may give some pointers.

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