I'm trying to evaluate performances of some active processes of mine on linux. Searching the internet I found that ps and top are the only command available for that. More precisely here, it says ...
I've seen a few posts similar to this, most notably here, but wasn't quite satisfied with the answers. I'm comparing top and ps results on a specific process and see huge discrepancies in CPU usage. ...
Is there any utility out there for linux that will give me a PStree with memory use per process? I guess it's possible in theory to grab a pstree with pids, then comb ps itself for the memory use for ...
I am running a Java script on a Fedora Core Release 6 server (Linux 2.6.19-1.2911.6.5.fc6xen x86_64) and am concerned about a lack of memory. The box has 2 GB of memory in total. Running "free -tm" ...
First, I presume that if this is possible it would need to be done as root (or as a user who shares root's UID of 0). How can a process be launched so that it does not show up in a ps aux or ps ef or ...