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CPU Memory Usage

Under SCO Unix, is there a way to tell how much memory is being used and what the current CPU utilization is?
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mariems
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meerakCommented:
Try the command top
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askjervoldCommented:
In addition to top you might try the following:

sar -will give you cpu util.
vmstat -gives virtual memory statistics


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Slightly_ImperfectCommented:
have you got glance on your system ?

if so use this it will show you usage in real time

type glance
or     gpl

or sar -u


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caet119328Commented:
There are 2 ways :-

1) ps -ef -o pcpu,user
This will show the amount of CPU usage "user" is using.

2) ps aux | head
Will show the top ten processes hogging CPU.

LC.
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caet119328Commented:
caet119328 changed the proposed answer to a comment
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chrismazCommented:
I do not know how to check for CPU utilization, but to check memory usage:  at a UNIX prompt, type dfspace and hit enter.  This will show how much free space is left on the disk.
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