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Re: process resources!!



cat /proc/cpuinfo

[ cat /proc/meminfo ::for memmorY information ]

ps aux

[ ps -aux
Warning: bad syntax, perhaps a bogus '-'? See /usr/share/doc/procps-3.2.3/FAQ ]


On 6/12/06, Nirav Modiya <nirav linux gmail com> wrote:
hi rizwan.

you can get the list of running processes by following command

# ps -aux

and to see the CPU allocation to ur processes you can run following command

# top

This is real time command and it is continuously changing accordingly the
CPU utilization is changes..

On 6/12/06, Muhammad Rizwan <rizwan nixpanel com> wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> How i can get that how many processes are currently running on my
> machine and resources allocated to each process i.e. CPU
>
> Secondly, how may i get the resources allocated to an individual process
> and its status i.e. running or stopped???
>
> Thanks in advance..... (y)
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