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Old 06-11-2003, 03:21 PM   #1
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command for checking system resource usage?

whats the command to check running programs and memory, cpu usage?
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top is one of them...
man top for more options
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what version and distro are you running
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Sorry for intruding on your post
I have a program that runs every 10 sec or so... peter_robb I seen your post on using "top".
It shows user: LP, command:footmatic-rip and gs is the culprit...
Being a newbie, How do I stop these 2 commands from running every 10 seconds
The pid increases every time it executes??


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