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Linux Process Explorer

procexp

Linux Process Explorer (procexp) is a graphical equivalent to the venerable top utility. This application enables fine grained examination of processes, threads, resource usage per process and figures about IO and TCP/IP traffic usage per process.

procexp also provides information about system resources that are available. It aims to mimic Windows procexp from sysinternals, and aims to be more usable than top and ps, especially for advanced users. The utility is targeted at advanced system administrators trying to analyze on a process level what is going on in a production server, and software developers analyzing the throughput of their processes.

 proxexp 1.7.289

Price
Free to download

Size
0.1MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
wolfc01

Website
sourceforge.net/projects/procexp

System Requirements
Python 2.6 or higher
PyQt4
Python configobj addon
PyQwt4

Optional:
ethtool

Support:

Selected Reviews:
HecticGeek

Features include:

  • Graphical performance figures
  • Hierarchical process tree, showing creation and destruction of processes
  • Per process TCP/IP UDP connection and throughput monitoring
  • Environment variable display
  • Easy process tree kill using popup menu
  • Set affinity
  • Set priority
  • Update frequency
  • Depth
  • System information
    • CPU usage graphical charts
    • CPU usage (for kernel and user space)
    • Graphical physical memory history
    • System usage: Last 1,5,10 minutes. Running/total number of processes, Last used PID
  • Network information
    • TCO throughput
    • TCP/IP usage in bytes per second
    • IO usage graph
    • Errors
    • Drops
    • Collisions

procexp in action

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