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I use top in a perl script for storing information about the system in DB. The actual command is:

top -b -d1 -a all

However the COMMAND field seems to be 60 chars max and everything else is cut off. Is it possible to output full commands using top? I can't find any reference to this.

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Because top doesn't provide this (no references), obviously you will need to use ps in your scripts.

HTH

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The GNU version of top that I use doesn't have the same options as your BSD version, but perhaps this same technique will work for you:

COLUMNS=132 top -b -d1 -a all

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