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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of UsersGuide/TasksMonitoring


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2012-04-27T09:41:26Z (7 years ago)
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Jiri Svoboda
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  • UsersGuide/TasksMonitoring

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     1= Tasks, Monitoring =
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     3This section describes the most basic administration commands that allow you to monitor and control tasks running in the system.
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     5The command
     6{{{
     7# stats
     8}}}
     9lists the tasks running in the system along with their task ID and other information.
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     11You can kill a task by running
     12{{{
     13# kill <task-id>
     14}}}
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     16Now you can check with {{{stats}}} that the command has indeed been killed. If it still appears in the listing, it probably means it is waiting to receive an answer for one of its IPC requests. While the task is in memory, it does not perform any computation anymore (this situation is slightly similar to having a zombie process in UN*X).
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     18To see which tasks consume most CPU time and memory, run
     19{{{
     20# top
     21}}}
     22This is an interactive monitoring command, similar to Linux {{{top}}}.