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Re: Process accounting




Look at http://www.orcaware.com/orca/ - for Linux, it's procallator, which comes in the package.



"Mark Haney" <mhaney ercbroadband org>
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I'm looking for a tool that will give me information on CPU usage /per
process/.  I've looked in psacct and sar, but while it's close it's not
exactly what I need.  Is there another tool out there that can give this
info for me?  I'm trying to figure out what processes out of several are
chewing up CPU over the course of several days.  I know, with sa I can
get some info from a process via the PID, but the PID changes over the
course of days as the jobs are spawned.  Any helpful hints?


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