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Top-like utilities are extremely handful in my work and I want to make sure I am not missing any of them. Please extend the following list of performance monitoring (top-like) family of linux tools:

  • top - original tool
  • htop - adds support to multicore/cpu
  • iotop - input/output monitoring
  • iftop - network monitoring
  • atop - merges previous elements into a single overview
  • slabtop – displays a listing of the top caches
  • ?

The only criteria - maturity and similarity in function/style.

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closed as not constructive by grawity, Indrek, 8088, Nifle, soandos Sep 2 '12 at 15:15

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RAM monitoring? – Yauhen Yakimovich Sep 1 '12 at 18:55
One more great question closed by SO "power users". – alga Jun 1 at 11:25

nethogs - Bandwidth Monitoring by Process

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