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Monitor Multiple Processors

Posted on 2004-09-16
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I am running Redhat Enterprise Edition 3 on a Dell server with dual processors and hyperthreading.  Is there a tool that I can use to monitor how much usage I am getting out of each processor seperatly?

When I go into the system monitor right now it just shows me one window for the processor, so I don't know if the work load is being split evenly.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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by:blkline
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the "top" command shows by-processor loading, if that would help you out.

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Look for a utility named slmon.  Here is its description (taken from the debian package page):

 SLmon is a tool for monitoring system's performance. It displays results
 using a nice and readable text-based UI, providing either figures or a
 graph. It currently monitors:
   - CPU load (SMP is supported)
   - memory and swap load
   - uptime, date and time
   - number of logged in users
   - network traffic

Sorry, I dont use redhat and am unable to give you a direct link
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by:knollbert
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you can find slmon at
http://slmon.sourceforge.net/

but top is easy to use  (if like mine no need  split 50% in cpu usage)
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