Number of processes

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In this module, you can see a list of processes currently running. This will allow you to know exactly how many resources each active proccess consumes and prevent problems in the future. If you notice that a process consumes too many resources, such as memory or CPU time, and it affects the work of the whole system, you can stop the process.

Active proccesses

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View processes' information

  • PID - unique process ID .* User - owner of running process.
  •  % CPU - CPU time spent for the process's executing
  •  % Memory - memory usage by the process.
  • Upime - the time elapsed since the start of the process , in the format hh:mm:ss or mm:ss.
  • Command - the name of the program that launched the execution of the process .
For rapid updating of statistics  page refreshes every 10 seconds.