When I have mod_perl enabled, and I try to watch "top" on a linux box, all I see is httpd processes near the top. When I disable mod_perl, I can see the individual .cgi files running. I understand that this is exactly what mod_perl is supposed to do, to cache itself inside of httpd, but I would love the best of both worlds, specifically to see what individual processes are sucking up the CPU.
Is there a way to see what .cgi's are actually running, when mod_perl is enabled?
Thank you in advance!