I'm basically looking for a utility that displays which processes are using how much bandwidth, similar to how top displays which processes use how much resources.
I have a folder shared with others through Dropbox. When a file is added to this folder, I get a system tray notification in KDE --- but of course if I'm not at my computer, I wouldn't see the ...
I use Ubuntu Server 10.10 and I would like to see what processes are running. I know that PostgreSQL is running on my machine but I can not see it with the top or ps commands, so I assume that they ...
I have a host with AIX 6.1 (6100-04-02-1007) upgraded from AIX 5.1 with Veritas Storage Foundation 5.1. Since the upgrade from AIX 5.3 to 6.1, Run vx services means a lots of memory consumed that I ...
I am one of the n users of a shared unix machine. For reasons unknown, the machine is not "responsive" enough. For example, it is slow on interactive commands, it takes few noticeable moments for any ...
Kernel version: 2.6.31-22 I wish to monitor the USB traffic to and from a device. I've searched, but different sites seem to give different information and I'm confused. Some sites suggest that I ...
Currently I need to have a program running all the time, but when the server is rebooted I need to manually run the program. And sometimes I'm not available when that happens. I can't use a normal ...
I started hosting sites a while back using Cherokee. For external sources (FastCGI, etc) it has an option to launch the process if it can't find one running on the designated socket or port. This is ...
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I would like to monitor one process's memory / cpu usage in real time. Similar to top but targeted at only one process, preferably with a history graph of some sort.
I have an app running on rackspace cloud (ubuntu 10.04). For some reason, over the last 3 nights, the memory has been spiking and then leveling off for about 7 hours before eventually falling off. ...
In different screenshots of people's Linux desktops, I've seen different apps that overlay the desktop with information about their computer. Often this gadget/app shows CPU and HDD information. ...