I often use top under bash. I would like to highlight (in color, bold or other form) my user name, so that I can more easily find it in top. (Sometimes it's difficult with many users running lots of ...
How can I filter the output from a "self-updating" program such as top while keeping its functionality intact? For example, I want to highlight my user name in top's output. My idea is to use ...
I am trying to monitor my CentOS processes using top command to see if there are any processes where CPU usage is greater than X%, below is the command I am using to see if any processes CPU usage is ...
As the title said, which type of process is closed by brackets?
I'm running a Mac and want to filter the output of the top command for a particular process such that only the PID, COMMAND and %CPU columns are displayed. After getting the PID of the process, I ...