Can someone tell me how to find out which python script is using lots of system resources? I can see with the 'top' command that a process called "python" is always near the top of the list. 2603 ...
Using Ubuntu 12.04. is there any way to hide a running process ? That process shouldn't' display in system monitor,top,htop . There is no problem to remember the process id (PID) so observation of ...
10 minutes ago I was just surfing the web as usual on my Ubuntu 10.04, when all of a sudden the system became slow. I realized that the CPU usage is 99%. I opened System monitor and everything seemed ...
When I want to kill a process via System Monitor I am presented with 2 quick ways, Kill Process and End Process. What is the difference between this two?
On Windows anytime the system hangs Ctrl-Alt-Del brings up the Start Up Manager, from which you can end the program or process causing the hang. Is there any command like this on Ubuntu?
What does the 'Nice' column represent on the processes tab of the system monitor?
In the GNOME System Monitor's Processes tab there is a "Waiting Channel" column. By far the most common values I see here is poll_schedule_timeout , but I also see other values: 0, do_exit, do_wait, ...
I am running ubuntu 10.10, and everything is working fine. I just checked the system monitor to see what processes run in a linux system..and noticed something strange. There were many python ...
Why doesn't the "% CPU" in System Monitor add up to 100? (% CPU is the third column on the following screenshot)