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Old 03-26-2005, 10:12 PM   #1
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help with top

hi !
By default "top" seems to give you a list of some 20-25 processes, how can i see beyond this list ? Is there any way ?
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man ps
will help

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Forgot to mention, i would like to sort by Memory :-) Is there any way of doing the same using ps ?
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You can see many other processes in top using the keys:

> and <

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