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I have a httpd process which uses up 100% cpu. This makes my application to stop working and it just gets hung.
I tried getting the tusc output looks something like this:
# /usr/local/bin/tusc -pl 26516
( Attached to process 26516 ("/opt/hpws22/apache/bin/httpd -d /opt/hpws22/apache -k... (3 Replies)
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2. Emergency UNIX and Linux Support
Can someone please help me with a script that will help in identifying the CPU & memory usage by a process name, rather than a process id.This is to primarily analyze the consumption of resources, for performance tweaking.
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We are using JAVA program and strange thing is it takes 100% CPU when not in use.
The program function is to stream a file on output port (one direction). It checks one directory and when there is a file in it, starts.
While it is streaming the CPU usage is normal, about 20%.
But, if... (9 Replies)
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I am preparing a script to capture the processes consuming more CPU.
So is there any way that i can sort & redirect to file only those processes consuming more than 5.0 % using ps command itself.
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I just wonder I need to write a script where I can check if a particular process is consuming X amount of CPU. I was thinking of using the ps command but doesn't seems to work. Any ideas. Thanks. (2 Replies)
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I have a shell script. But, upon execution of the same, the cpu usage is sometimes getting 100 % (checked executing top command).
At that point of time, my process hangs, doesn't run anymore. I need to kill it manually.
My concern is, is there any default method, by which I can check... (1 Reply)
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i want to know cpu utilizatiion per process per cpu..for single processor also if multicore in linux ..to use these values in shell script to kill processes exceeding cpu utilization.ps (pcpu) command does not give exact values..top does not give persistant values..psstat,vmstat..does njot... (3 Replies)
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How can i find out the average cpu utilization of a particular long-running process in AIX? is there some command for this
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please can any body please suggest me how to bind a process to a particular
CPU on unix machine.
i have a unix machine with 2 CPUs and i wanna have my process running on
please suggest. (11 Replies)
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I am running solaris 9 on a SUn 480r. It is running SAS statistical software, these processes in full flow normally run at about 50-60% cpu (theres nothing else really running on the box) this is fine, and the SAS jobs get run nice and quick. However over the last few weeks everytime a SAS job is... (1 Reply)
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