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how to implement graphing top 5 cpu consumers like new relic in open source?

Does anyone know how to implement graphing top 5 cpu or memory consumers like new relic does in open source ? ...
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View GPU processor activity in real time?

I wanted to know if there is such a terminal command or application that allows one to view the progress of the processes running on the GPU in real time. Basically, something like 'top' for the GPU. ...
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htop showing duplicate applications with very odd bizarre results upwards of 20,30,40 or more, see screen grab

I have attached screen shots of htop and it's bizarre results. Can anyone explain what is happening here? It shows this new copy.com app taking up like 500% of my memory if you count it up.
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Getting cpu usage realtime

When I execute following command to get cpu usage , I get nice + user cpu usage. top -b -n1 | grep "Cpu(s)" | awk '{print $2 + $4}' Output: 14.5 Here I am getting problem is that the output ...
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What's the complement of `top -u`?

The top -u mary command allows me to see all jobs running by user mary. What is the command to show the complement of that: all top processes except the jobs running by mary?
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Difference between the results of the top command and System-Monitor,Why?

Why is there a huge difference between the outputs' of top command and the system monitor when both programs were run at the same time. Please find attached is the screen shot showing the huge ...
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What does VIRT, RES and SHR means in the top command?

I was going through the top command. There are some terms on which I am confused and needs some clarification. Please find is the attached screen shot:- I need some info regarding the WA, HI, SI ...
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Why doesn't htop display the same processes as top?

I have a home server sometimes running at a high CPU usage rate of about 50 to 70 percents. In htop, my favorite process manager, I can sort the processes by CPU usage, but often there isn't any ...