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The current version of Red Hat provides the Procman System Manager for displaying system information and managing system processes, accessible from System Tools | System Monitor. There are two panels, one for processes and one for system information. The System Monitor panel displays graphs for CPU, Memory, and Swap memory usage (see Figure 1-3). Your disk devices are also listed, showing the amount of disk space used and how much is free. The Process Listing panel lists your processes, letting you sort or search for processes. You can use field buttons to sort by name, process id, user, memory, and even percentage of CPU time used. The View pop-up menu lets you select all processes, just your own, or active processes. You can easily stop any process by selecting it and then clicking the End Process button. Right-clicking an item displays actions you can take on the process such as stopping or hiding it. The Memory Maps display, selected from the View menu, shows information on virtual memory, inodes, and flags.
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With the Gnome System Manager (GTop), you can sort the processes according to their fields by clicking the field s button at the top of the process list. If you right-click an entry, a pop-up menu displays actions you can perform on that entry. System statistic summary graphs are displayed at the top of the window, showing the CPU load, memory use, and disk use. You can add more graphs or change their display features, such as the colors used. The GTop window displays three tabbed panels for detailed reports showing processes, memory use, and file system use. You can add more, showing customized reports such as only the user processes. Process lists can be further refined to show user, system, or all processes. To configure GTop, select the Settings | Preferences to display a menu with tabbed panels for specifying the update frequency for different statistics, determining the summaries you want displayed, and which process fields to show. You can find the Gnome System Manager in the Utilities menu.
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The K Desktop provides the KDE Process Manager (kpm) for viewing and managing your processes. You can sort the processes according to their fields by clicking the field s button at the top of the process list. If you select a process, you can then choose to perform several different actions on it, such as ending it (killing the process) or suspending it (putting it to sleep). A right-click on a process entry displays a pop-up menu with the different actions you can take. You can further refine your process list by choosing to view only your own processes, system processes, or all processes.
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Red Hat also provides the KDE Task Manager and Performance Monitor, KSysguard, accessible from the Extras System Tools menu as KDE System Guard. This tools allows you to monitor the performance of your own system as well as remote systems. KSysguard can provide simple values or detailed tables for various parameters. A System Load panel provides graphical information about CPU and memory usage, and a Process Table lists current processes using a tree format to show dependencies. You can design your own monitoring panels with worksheets, showing different types of values you want to display and the form you want to display them in, like a bar graph or digital meter. The Sensor Browser pane is an expandable tree of sensors for information like CPU System Load or Memory s Used Memory. There is a top entry for each host you are connected to, including your own, localhost. To design your own monitor, create a worksheet and drag and drop a sensor onto it.
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