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 sometimes have long running processes that I want to kick off before going home, so I create a SSH session to the server to start the process, but then I want to close my laptop and go home and ...
The question is all in the title: How can I set the processor affinity of a process on Linux?
I'm trying to use NTP to update the time on my machine. However, it gives me an error: host # ntpdate ntp1.example.org 10 Aug 12:38:50 ntpdate: the NTP socket is in use, exiting What does the ...
I can see the background process using ps. But Is there a way to view the foreground process? For example, $nohup process1 & then ps -ef | grep "process1" would display the process ...
How can I find out who executed a particular command and which terminal was used to run it? Original: how can i know particular cmd is executed by whom and to know about my terminal