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Embedded Linux engineer involving porting and developing Linux device drivers and porting Android.

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comment What are the methods available to get the CPU usage in Linux Command line?
@terdon : It work fine.. thanks for your modifications...
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comment What are the methods available to get the CPU usage in Linux Command line?
@terdon top - 11:50:11 up 1:00, 2 users, load average: 0.02, 0.10, 0.18 Tasks: 205 total, 1 running, 204 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie Cpu(s): 0.2%us, 0.4%sy, 0.3%ni, 97.2%id, 1.8%wa, 0.0%hi, 0.1%si, 0.0%st Mem: 3508264k total, 3383992k used, 124272k free, 1522968k buffers Swap: 6144820k total, 0k used, 6144820k free, 722444k cached
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comment What are the methods available to get the CPU usage in Linux Command line?
@terdon I don't get any output for the complete command.. with #top -bn 2 -d 0.01 I get the full result but on adding grep '^%Cpu' I don't see any output just the prompts returns no error...
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comment What are the methods available to get the CPU usage in Linux Command line?
@terdon Thanks for your detailed answer... I couldn't able to get the output for the above command. Is there any syntactical modification required..
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comment What are the methods available to get the CPU usage in Linux Command line?
@pataluc It give more detailed information. I need a overall CPU usage say CPU used : 91% Mem Used:78% Mem Free:22% something like this..
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comment How can I create a file with a specific size from a command line?
Thanks... This will also meet my purpose of creating a file of desired size...
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comment How can I create a file with a specific size from a command line?
cool... this is what I exactly looked for... thanks @oliver-salzburg
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