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Linux Process Monitoring
In Linux, Top command is utilized to monitor Linux Process which is used frequently used by many systems. It is available under many Linux, Unix like operating system. All the running and active real-time processes in ordered list is displayed and updates it regularly by this Top command. display CPU usage, Swap memory, Cache Size, Buffer Size,Process PID, User, Commands and much more. It shows high memory and CPU utilization of running processes in your machine.
The following command to monitor Linux Process is typed and it should access root permission.
The output should be like this –
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