I have several java apps running on a machine and atop only tells me
CMD java is there a way to get more information about that process, as I have +20
java in the list and I don´t know which one is which software. I know that htop can give me more insight with the tree view, but I would like to know if something similar is possible in atop. :)
I tried it with
-c which shows me how the app was started, but the problem is that it gets started by a wrapper which starts all apps the same way. Which means that all processes look like this:
$ java -Xms1G -Xmx2G ...
If I use
htop, I can switch to a tree view which gives me more information as I can see how the wrapper was started:
$ bash /path-which-tells-me-the-name-of-the-app/wrapper.sh |-- java -Xms1G -Xmx2G ... |--|--thread1 |--|--thread2 |--|--...`
According to the comments, I would like to be able to get a quick overview which of the 20 processes/apps is causing how much CPU and i/o usage.