[Novalug] CPU SYS% per process?
mikerjohnson at gmail.com
Mon Dec 21 08:59:28 EST 2009
> Date: Sun, 20 Dec 2009 18:07:31 -0500
> From: Peter Larsen <plarsen at famlarsen.homelinux.com>
> Subject: Re: [Novalug] CPU SYS% per process?
> To: Dan Arico <dan_arico at aricosystems.com>
> Cc: novalug at calypso2.tux.org
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> On Sun, 2009-12-20 at 17:44 -0500, Dan Arico wrote:
> On Sunday 20 December 2009 5:08:53 pm Peter Larsen wrote:
> > Sorry if this is a repost, but I never saw it posted on the list
> > Thursday.
> > I'm on a quest to find out what/where the SYS CPU is consumed. I have a
> > few hosts where the CPU% is > 40% almost constantly but so far I've been
> > unable to locate where/why the time is consumed that way.
> > TOP, PS etc. doesn't seem to differenciate between USER CPU and SYS CPU
> > time. Well, as far as I can see that is. Does anyone here have an idea
> > of how/where to look?
> gkrellm gives you a graphic that displays both in real time.
> I can use top, sysstat etc. to see the total CPU divided into user/sys.
> I'm trying to find a tool that'll do the same division per PID.
> Best Regards
> Peter Larsen
Check out "atop". It might become your new best friend :-).
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