I thought the average load by uptime and the summation of %CPU of all running processes in top (#9 column) should agree. But it seems not true. Here is my little experiments: On one server: $ top -b ...
Just wondering (1) is the memory percentage in top for a process is relative to memory or relative to memory+swap? (2) if it is the former, how can I get the latter? Vice versa. (3) To determine ...
Which files does the linux command "top" read from in order to build its table of data? Specifically, I'd like to be able to find the data for the "command" column based off of a PID.
I didn't know "top" had a nicer colorized version like this. What is the command? Does anyone recognize this?