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  • Akash Gorane
    Top Command
    by Akash Gorane
    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.9)]'top' command is used to display dynamic real-time information about running processes in the system.[/COLOR]



    - PID: Shows task’s unique process id.
    - PR: Stands for priority of the task.
    - SHR: Represents the amount of shared memory used by a task.
    - VIRT: Total virtual memory used by the task.
    - USER: User name of owner of task.
    - %CPU: Represents the CPU usage.
    - TIME+: CPU Time, the same as ‘TIME’,
    ...
    01-12-2023, 05:12 PM
  • Akash Gorane
    TOP Command
    by Akash Gorane
    #[COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.9)] top command is used to display dynamic real-time information about running processes in the system.[/COLOR]

    -
    - PID: Shows task’s unique process id.
    - PR: Stands for priority of the task.
    - SHR: Represents the amount of shared memory used by a task.
    - VIRT: Total virtual memory used by the task.
    - USER: User name of owner of task.
    - %CPU: Represents the CPU usage.
    - TIME+: CPU Time, the same as ‘TIME’,
    ...
    01-12-2023, 05:04 PM
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  • Top Command

    Top Command

    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.9)]'top' command is used to display dynamic real-time information about running processes in the system.[/COLOR]



    - PID: Shows task’s unique process id.
    - PR: Stands for priority of the task.
    - SHR: Represents the amount of shared memory used by a task.
    - VIRT: Total virtual memory used by the task.
    - USER: User name of owner of task.
    - %CPU: Represents the CPU usage.
    - TIME+: CPU Time, the same as ‘TIME’,
    ...
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  • TOP Command

    TOP Command

    #[COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.9)] top command is used to display dynamic real-time information about running processes in the system.[/COLOR]

    -
    - PID: Shows task’s unique process id.
    - PR: Stands for priority of the task.
    - SHR: Represents the amount of shared memory used by a task.
    - VIRT: Total virtual memory used by the task.
    - USER: User name of owner of task.
    - %CPU: Represents the CPU usage.
    - TIME+: CPU Time, the same as ‘TIME’,
    ...
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