see below statistics by "top -u steve", something is wrong with top? PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND 3490 steve 20 0 10444 312 248 R 114 0.0 23:33.22 ...
I wonder how I can monitor which process takes out all my IO bandwith. The only command i know is gstat but it shows cumulative info. Is there any tools i can use to inspect the running processes for ...
I would be grateful to you for some details about the top command output achieved using the hotkey "A". I suppose the it gives back the swap usage per PID: it is right, isn't it? Could you please ...
Is it possible to change the cmdline of a running process (to more easily identify it in top, for example)?
I run a number of linux servers with VMware Server 2. When their response time is not so hot or the load average goes up, I open up top to see what's going on, or for our production servers I have top ...
I'm running a rails stack on ubuntu. When I ps -AF, I get a descriptive process name set by the apache module like 00:00:43 Rails: /var/www... which is really helpful in diagnosing load issues. ...
The following command is useful to capture the current processes that are taking up the most CPU and store to a file: top -c -b -n 1 > top.log The -c flag is particularly useful because it gives ...