On Linux, the top command has a "batch mode": top -b -n 1 to print the output a set number of times. On Mac, it seems that the top command does not have batch mode (certainly the -b option does not ...
I'd like to do something like top -o cpu but with usernames for each process shown in each row. How can I do this? Thanks! p.s. I am on Mac OS. I am not sure if the top command is different from ...
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 ...
top is showing several processes with CPU % greater than 100%. What does this indicate?
I didn't know "top" had a nicer colorized version like this. What is the command? Does anyone recognize this?