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You may encounter an error reporting linux processes on CPU usage. By the way, there are several ways to solve this problem, which we will discuss shortly.
How can I see CPU usage by process in Linux?
How to check CPU usage from the Linux command line. top Command to display Linux CPU usage. The mpstat command and displaying CPU activity. sar which will show the CPU usage. The iostat command in terms of average usage.Additional options for monitoring CPU performance. Nmon monitoring tool. Graphic version of the utility.
I remember reading earlier that effective sysadmins are lazy. That’s why they don’t get their job done and waste their time – probably mostly because they’ve automated a lot of their routine projects. This way they don’t have time to monitor their servers and they can use that time to learn new technologies, always staying on top of their game.
Part of automating your efforts is learning how to create great scripting that you would otherwise have to do yourself. It is equally important to constantly add commands to your own knowledge center.
To explain why, in this article we’ll talk about a trick to figure out which processes can be consuming a lot of CPU and memory on Linux.