P at draigBrady.com wrote:
> John P. Looney wrote:
>>> Is there a good tool out there for telling you what each app is using ?
>> For instance, say apache has 250 processes...I want to
>> know how much memory is being used by apache vs. by MySQL and it's 100
>> odd threads.
>> Ah you want to combine process counts and ignored
> multiple thread listsings. Is this of any use?
>> #!/usr/bin/env python
> #This scripts assumes threads are already merged by ps
>> import sys, os
> for line in os.popen("ps -Al | tr -s ' ' | cut -d' ' -f10,14 | sed 1d |
> sort -k1,1n").readlines():
> size, cmd = line.split()
>> sort_list = cmds.items()
> sort_list.sort(lambda x,y:cmp(x,y))
>> for cmd in sort_list:
> print "%20s %s" % (cmd, cmd)
Well 16 months and 1 job later I'm not sure you'd
appreciate an update :-) But I needed this myself so...
The previous was less than useful as it counted the
virtual size and didn't handle shared mem at all.
This script should be a lot more accurate:
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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