I want to know which process eats what % of CPU.

I want to know which process eats what % of CPU.

Post by Satoshi KUSUNO » Sun, 28 Apr 1996 04:00:00



Please let me know a good program for Windows95 that tells me each
process eats what percentage of the CPU.

Satoshi KUSUNOKI

 
 
 

I want to know which process eats what % of CPU.

Post by Raymond Ch » Mon, 29 Apr 1996 04:00:00




>Please let me know a good program for Windows95 that tells me each
>process eats what percentage of the CPU.

When a process is busy, its CPU usage is 100%.  When a process is
idle, its CPU usage is 0%.  It's not like Windows says "Oh, I'll let
this program run at only half speed".

 
 
 

I want to know which process eats what % of CPU.

Post by Joao Gea » Wed, 01 May 1996 04:00:00





> >Please let me know a good program for Windows95 that tells me each
> >process eats what percentage of the CPU.

> When a process is busy, its CPU usage is 100%.  When a process is
> idle, its CPU usage is 0%.  It's not like Windows says "Oh, I'll let
> this program run at only half speed".

What Satoshi is asking for is for a tool similar to those found on any
Unix platform. Raymond must have misinterpreted or not understood the
question.

Yes, on a uniprocessor system the processor is always being used 100%,
but that does not imply that those cycles are being used productively:
they're being thrown at the idle loop.

Assume you have 3 applications running, but they're all waiting for
user input.  In this case, the CPU is still near 100% idle.

If instead, one application is waiting for user input, one is doing
lots of disk IO and another is inside a CPU bound inner loop, how is
the useful CPU time being distributed? This is where such a
process/CPU % mapping tool comes in useful.

Joao
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I want to know which process eats what % of CPU.

Post by Chris Hu » Wed, 01 May 1996 04:00:00



: >Please let me know a good program for Windows95 that tells me each
: >process eats what percentage of the CPU.
:
: When a process is busy, its CPU usage is 100%.  When a process is
: idle, its CPU usage is 0%.  It's not like Windows says "Oh, I'll let
: this program run at only half speed".

That was a silly response.  Every multi-program single processor
operating system works the same way.  But I think what this
requester wants is some indication of CPU usage over a period of time.
Ie: over the last n seconds, how many CPU ticks did process X consume?

  Chris
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I want to know which process eats what % of CPU.

Post by Paul Br » Fri, 03 May 1996 04:00:00



(Satoshi
->: >Please let me know a good program for Windows95 that tells me
each
->: >process eats what percentage of the CPU.
[Snip!]
->operating system works the same way.  But I think what this
->requester wants is some indication of CPU usage over a period of
time.
->Ie: over the last n seconds, how many CPU ticks did process X
consume?

For an example of this, look at a program called 'top' for unix
systems.

Example output (which is updated at specified intervals):

load averages:   1.51,  1.49,  1.37                          22:54:09
113 processes: 4 running, 108 sleeping, 1 stopped
Cpu states:  0.9% user, 30.5% nice, 68.6% system,  0.0% interrupt,
0.0% idle
Memory: Real: 7120K/21M Virt: 23M/434M Free: 512K

  PID USERNAME PRI NICE  SIZE   RES STATE   TIME   WCPU    CPU COMMAND
 1659 moor_eng 105    4  700K  292K run    26:08 82.86% 82.86% tia
 1775 crash      2    0  476K  164K run     1:51  1.07%  1.07% slirp
 4512 root       2    0 1080K  508K sleep   0:16  0.88%  0.88% slirp
14055 jah        2    4  520K  276K sleep  91:05  0.68%  0.68% VorteX
 5682 pbroe     28    0  320K  460K run     0:00  0.90%  0.54% top
 5186 jdixon    28    0  472K  244K run     0:05  0.34%  0.34% tia
 5704 nobody     2    0  496K  300K sleep   0:00  0.74%  0.24% httpd
 5673 pbroe     18    0  616K  584K sleep   0:00  0.18%  0.15% bash
26152 jah        2    0  500K  252K sleep   0:32  0.15%  0.15% VorteX
 2596 root       2    0  156K  196K sleep   0:03  0.10%  0.10% telnetd
 5670 root       2    0  156K  292K sleep   0:00  0.06%  0.05% telnetd
 5277 trauman   18    0  600K  520K sleep   0:00  0.00%  0.00% <bash>
 2597 lestad    18    0  592K  460K sleep   0:00  0.00%  0.00% <bash>
 4630 aphex     18    0  596K  452K sleep   0:00  0.00%  0.00% <bash>
 3863 hwstudio  18    0  608K  368K sleep   0:00  0.00%  0.00% <bash>

-----
Paul Broe

 
 
 

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