I need to monitor CPU usage by users of two servers' (Ubuntu and CentOS). For example: user1 5% user2 10% ... Is there a tool similar to top or htop that can do that?
I have a problem where my Centos 5.6 VM is running very slow on my Win7 machine, and looking at top I can see that the Samba daemon smbd is sitting at the top of the list hitting the CPU big time, ...
Problem solved! After speaking to Dell's support they realized that I had to remove the option acpi=off from my /boot/grub/menu.1st config file. Apparently ACPI support is essential for ...
I want to monitor CPU usage, disk read/write usage for a particular process, say ./myprocess. To monitor CPU top command seems to be a nice option and for read and write iotop seems to be a handy ...
I've moved a server from one mainboard to another due a disk controller failure. Since then I've noticed that constantly a 25% of one of the cores goes always to IRQ however I haven't managed myself ...