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Print top output only once on Mac OS X

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 ...
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I want to see what processes do most of disk writes in Mac OS X

I run Mac OS X 10.8.2 and I want to find out what processes do most of disk writes. Ideally, I would like to see a complete report for a period of say 10 hours, with sorted data showing top ...
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Filtering top command output

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 ...
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How do I scroll through my list of processes when I use top on terminal (mac)?

When I use top not all the processes fit on one page. How do I scroll through them?