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hello experts,

Is there a way to list all processes by user along with memory usage per process?

In advance, thank you for your help....

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use the TOP command

The top command displays currently running processes and important information about them including their memory and CPU usage. The list is both real-time and interactive.
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ps -euf
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thank you experts
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