Re: is there a GUI task process viewing window in RH Linux
From: Scott Lurndal (scott_at_slp53.sl.home)
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2004 18:38:19 GMT
"gino" <email@example.com> writes:
>I am using RH Linux 9.0 KDE 3.1. Some of my processes got dead. (seems now
>Linux becomes more and more like Windoz, need to reboot from time to time...
>Any way, the processes got dead and they occupies my 99% CPU. I am wondering
>if there is a GUI based process viewer like those in Windows that can let me
>see which program is using the largest CPU portion and let me kill that
>I know "ps" and "kill" command, but I want to see the CPU usage of each
>process, how to do that?
>Thanks a lot,
You're getting an awful lot of free advice. Hint: "man -k" is your friend.
$ man -k cpu
escputil (1) - maintain Epson Stylus inkjet printers
iostat (1) - Report Central Processing Unit (CPU) statistics and input/output statistics for devices and partitions
ncpumount (8) - unmount a NetWare filesystem mounted with ncpmount
top (1) - display top CPU processes
x86info (1) - display x86 CPU diagnostics
xcpustate (1x) - display CPU states (idle, nice, system, kernel) statistics