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Tutorial: Linux Show Statistics For Individual Tasks and Process


Process identifier (PID) is a number used by Linux / Unix kernels (and Windows operating systems) to identify a process. Usually, new processes are created using the fork() system call. Each PID (or so called tasks) can be monitored under Linux. In this quick tutorial, I will explain how to use the pidstat command for monitoring individual tasks currently being managed by the Linux kernel.
 read more | score:7262 | -nixcraft, August 27, 2012
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