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How do I find out how much CPU a process is using?

by strredwolf (Chaplain)
on Jan 30, 2001 at 08:41 UTC ( #55181=categorized question: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
Contributed by strredwolf on Jan 30, 2001 at 08:41 UTC
Q&A  > programs and processes


TSIA. Somehow the wsproxy (here) starts grabbing CPU like it's no tomorrow. I'd like it to autodetect that and kill itself (maybe giving some diagnostics as to *where* it's buzy-looping).

Answer: How do I find out how much CPU a process is using?
contributed by Gloom

You should take a look to the BSD::Resource module ( focus on getrusage to now how much a process consume cpu time )

Hope this will help you in your quest of wisdom

Answer: How do I find out how much CPU a process is using?
contributed by jeroenes

A simple cpan search resulted in Proc::ProcessTable::Process. You easily extract CPU-usage from that.

Hope this helps


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