I already know how to use grep -w cpu /proc/stat in order to get the cpu stats and identify the user mode. Percentage wise, I just divide it my the total time from the /proc/uptime. However, how can ...
I have used both uptime and cat /proc/uptime commands. I know the idle time in the later can be greater than running time (multiprocessors). However, when I add both running and idle times, and ...
Connecting various process attributes reported by top, ps, /proc/pid/statm, /proc/pid/status, /proc/pid/smaps [closed]
Here are some of the common attributes I figured out: top(VIRT) , smem(VSS), /proc/pid/statm (1st entry in pages), /proc/pid/status (VmSize), ps(VSZ) top(RES) , smem(RSS), /proc/pid/statm (2nd entry ...