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How can I monitor cpu usage (Old Sco Unix)?

This script is useful:



        #!/bin/sh
        # @(#)/usr/local/bin/mon, quick & dirty process monitor
        # @(#)Bela Lubkin, June 1997 & December 2000
        # @(#)Bob Stockler, December 2000
        # @(#)Jean-Pierre Radley, December 2000
 
        trap 'echo "$CN\c";trap 0;exit' 0 2 3 15
        trap 'trap 0;exit' 1
        N=`tput lines`
        EL=`tput el` ED=`tput ed` CL=`tput clear` HO=`tput home`
        CF=`tput civis` CN=`tput cnorm` F="%12.2f%3d$ED$HO"
        echo "$CF$CL\c"
        HDR="`ps -p1 -opid -opcpu -oc -oargs | head -1`"
        while :
        do
          ps -e -opid= -opcpu= -oc= -oargs= |
          sort -rn +1 |
          mawk -v H="$HDR" -v N="$N" -v E="$EL" -v F="$F" '
            BEGIN{print H;N-=2}
            $2>0||$3{print substr($0,1,79) E;P+=$2;C+=$3}
            NR>=N{exit}
            END{printf F,P,C}'
          sleep ${1-1}  # sleep time on script's command line (default 1 sec.)
        done
 

(change "mawk" to "awk" if you don't have it- it still runs, just more slowly)



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