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The command 'snoop' I was told would give me info on
system-wide loads. but I get -command not found- when I type this at the prompt. What am I failing to do?
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Either there is no snoop on your machine, or your PATH environment variable does not conatin the directory to it.
AFAIK you must also be root to start snoop.

If you are root and still cannot start snoop, try following to find it:

   find / -name snoop -print

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will try suggested solution
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