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linux - Debian - top(1) in batch mode, with selected columns

I have read the man page (which does not mention how to select columns in batch mode but explains how to do it in interactive mode). Since I also have seen blogs discussing how some environment ...
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How to get /proc/[pid]/cmdline to contain command arguments?

I am running into an issue where some of my Ubuntu/Debian servers do not show the arguments passed to rake in either top or ps. I have tracked this problem down to a variation in output given by ...
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Load Average above 20 for single core vps on debian

OS: Debian 6.0 RAM:3072 M, CPU:single core. top: top - 08:56:43 up 21 days, 12:37, 1 user, load average: 28.38, 22.48, 15.95 Tasks: 8 total, 1 running, 7 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie ...
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Load Average too high.Top not showing much?How to find the process?

Debian 6.0 running on VPS with single core and 3 Gb RAM. top - 09:24:19 up 17 days, 13:05, 2 users, load average: 14.79, 16.19, 11.10 Tasks: 14 total, 1 running, 13 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 ...
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ps shows that migration/* processes consume a lot of CPU, but top keep silence about them

here is the result of ps command, shown only first 10 lines ps aufx | head USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TTY STAT START TIME COMMAND root 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 ? S ...
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top vs vmstat on Debian squeeze/xen

I'm running a squeeze DomU on xen 4.0.1 which is completely unloaded. I notice a difference in cpu states between iostat and top like: top (in every iter): Cpu0 : 0.2%us, 2.0%sy, 0.0%ni, ...
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Debian - top(1) in batch mode, but sorted by PID

I want to run top is batch / non-interactive mode with -b. However I want the output sorted by PID. What command line option does this? I'm using Debian Lenny and the -o pid option from here ( ...