Qps 1.9.7

Qps is a visual process manager,an X11 version of 'top' or 'ps'.
Qps is a visual process manager, an X11 version of "top" or "ps" that displays processes in a window and lets you sort and manipulate them.

Here are some key features of "Qps":

· change nice value of a process
· alter the scheduling policy and soft realtime priority of a process
· display the TCP/UDP sockets used by a process, and names of the connected hosts (Linux only)
· display the memory mappings of the process (which files and shared libraries are loaded where)
· display the open files of a process, and the state of unix domain sockets
· kill or send any other signal to selected processes
· display the load average as a graph, and use this as its icon when iconified
· show (as graph or numbers) current CPU, memory and swap usage
· sort the process table on any attribute (size, cpu usage, owner etc)
· on SMP systems running Linux 2.1 or later (or Solaris), display cpu usage for each processor, and which CPU a process is running on
· display the environment variables of any process
· show the process table in tree form, showing the parent-child relationship
· execute user-defined commands on selected processes
· display MOSIX-specific fields and migrate processes to other nodes in a cluster

Requirements:

· Qt library 1.40 or later (get it here). Qt 2.x works.
· Linux 2.0 or later, or Solaris 2.6 or later. (There is an old version for Solaris 2.5.x.)
· A C++ compiler, if you compile from the sources.

Main features:

  • change nice value of a process
  • alter the scheduling policy and soft realtime priority of a process
  • display the TCP/UDP sockets used by a process, and names of the connected hosts (Linux only)
  • display the memory mappings of the process (which files and shared libraries are loaded where)
  • display the open files of a process, and the state of unix domain sockets
  • kill or send any other signal to selected processes
  • display the load average as a graph, and use this as its icon when iconified
  • show (as graph or numbers) current CPU, memory and swap usage
  • sort the process table on any attribute (size, cpu usage, owner etc)
  • on SMP systems running Linux 2.1 or later (or Solaris), display cpu usage for each processor, and which CPU a process is running on
  • display the environment variables of any process
  • show the process table in tree form, showing the parent-child relationship
  • execute user-defined commands on selected processes
  • display MOSIX-specific fields and migrate processes to other nodes in a cluster

last updated on:
July 19th, 2007, 12:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Mattias Engdegård
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Monitoring

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