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Delcho Tuhchiev
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User resources

Hi,

Is there an easy way to see how mach resources are used from specific user (CPU,Memory and so on...)?
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R.K. #
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Re: User resources

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Steven E. Protter
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Re: User resources

Shalom,

ps -ef | grep username

export UNIX95=1
ps -ef -o sz,vsz | grep username

That will show memory use.

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Delcho Tuhchiev
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Re: User resources

I have glance but something there is not OK with filters....
when I filter processes by username (to show me only processess for the specific user) I've just see only a couple of processess not all user processess......
James R. Ferguson
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Re: User resources

Hi:

A word of WARNING!

Do NOT export 'UNIX95' unless you know what you are doing! Setting this variable will subtlety alter the behavior of a number of commands.

Set the variable ONLY for the duration of the command line like this:

# UNIX95= ps -ef -o pid,ppid,user,vsz,comm

There is a whitespace after the "=" character before the 'ps' command. Nothing else is necessary.

Regards!

...JRF...
Delcho Tuhchiev
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Re: User resources

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