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RE: A "top" question

>On Sat, Jan 22, 2005 at 05:51:55PM +0200, andras.lorincz@gmail.com
>> I want to use top to see processes, but I cannot figure out how to 
>> browse all
>> the processes, those that don't fit on the screen. I set the number
>> processes displayed with the n command hoping that then I can somehow
>> through the processes but I didn't find out how. Can someone advise

>Hi Andras,
>as mentioned in another post I'd use ps, combined with watch, 
>somehow like:
>watch -n 1 ps -u andras
>Naturally you can build your customized pipe as an argument to watch.
>Personally, I keep using very much 'top -i' 
>(from man: -i : Idle Processes toggle)
>Good luck,

You might also try htop.  Htop allows you to scroll down your list of


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