Archive for the ‘TOP’ Category


top command

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Show Processes Sorted by any Top Output Column – Press O and Press M

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Display Selected User in Top Output Using top -u

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Display Only Specific Process with Given PIDs Using top -p

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Display All CPUs / Cores in the Top Output – Press 1 (one)

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Refresh Unix Top Command Output On demand (or) Change Refresh Interval Press d

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 Highlight Running Processes in the Linux Top Command Output – Press z

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Split Top Output into Multiple Panels – Press A

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Sort by CPU Utilization Press shift + p

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Save Top Command Results press shift +w

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