On Thu, Jan 06, 2000 at 11:30:20AM +0000, Vincent Cunniffe mentioned:
> > It's early, short question:
> > Is there any nice way of finding out the current CPU usage of a process,
> > ala top but in an uninteractive way? Has to be portable across Linux
> > and Solaris too..
There is a world of difference between Solaris /proc & Linux /proc. That
ps -e -o pid,comm,%cpu|grep pid
(modern versions of Linux procps only). You get the idea. With -o, you
can specify a load of params. Check the manpage out.
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