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dxproctuner(8) System Manager's Manual dxproctuner(8)
dxproctuner - Manages and monitors system processes
Process Tuner accepts all of the standard X Toolkit command line options, which are documented in the OPTIONS section in the X(1X) refer-
The Process Tuner application, dxproctuner, is used to monitor and manage processes.
Use Process Tuner to: Display a list of processes and their characteristics Display the processes running for yourself or all users Display
and modify process priorities Send a signal to a process
The Process Tuner application can be invoked from the CDE Application Manager from the following categories:
Application Group: System_Admin
System Admin Subgroup: MonitoringTuning
To start Process Tuner from the command line, enter: dxproctuner You can view the Process Tuner online help volume without running the
application. To open the Process Tuner help volume from the command line, enter the following command: /usr/dt/bin/dthelpview -h
Contains user preferences that control the appearance of the application Contains the Process Tuner application executable Contains the
Process Tuner help volume Contains the default values for the application's X resources
Commands: kill(1), ps(1), X(1X)
System Calls: exit(2), kill(2), sigaction(2)