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i did search the web and found allot of answers but im confused
what are the best ways to get this info via Linux default commands
1. current Cpu Usage in Percent
2. current Memory Usage In Bytes
3. current Memory Available In Bytes
Thanks! (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: umen
To get only the cpu info from the topas command terminal.
CPU User% Kern% Wait% Idle% Physc Entc
ALL 2.3 4.4 0.0 93.3 0.07 7.7
I tried some thing like this but did not work
topas << done
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Discussion started by: mahive
well. the title says it all.
im runing top in batch mode like this
top -b -n1 > somefile
but the cpu usage info is not correct.
if i run top normally, the first second, i see the same wrong info, and then it corrects itself.
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Is there a command I can use to find out how many CPU's and what type are on my server? (I was told to use cat /proc/cpuinfo)
Also, how do I know what kind of bus speeds are on my server?
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