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xrestop(1)									       xrestop(1)

       xrestop - monitor server resources used by X11 clients

       xrestop --help
       xrestop [ --display display ] [ --batch ] [ --delay-time seconds ] [ --max-samples count ]

       Xrestop	uses  the X-Resource extension to provide 'top'-like statistics of each connected
       X11 client's server-side resource usage.  It is intended as a developer tool to	aid  more
       efficient server resource usage and debug server-side resource leakage.

       --help Show usage.

       --display, -d <display>
	      Specify X11 display to monitor.

       --delay-time, -t <seconds>
	      Time in seconds between taking samples. Default is 2 seconds.

       --batch, -b
	      Run  in  batch mode. Slightly more detailed infomation is streamed to stdout rather
	      than the usual curses interface. This mode  is  intended	for  debugging	a  single
	      client with something like
		xrestop -b | grep -A 14 appname

       --max-samples, -m <count>
	      Specify  number  of  times  to  gather and display results.  Default is continuous,
	      which can be set with 0 (zero).

       X(7), top(1).

       The X-Resource extension is very new and may not be 100% accurate.

       xrestop was written by Matthew Allum <mallum@handhelds.org>.

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