On Thursday 06 October 2005 06:48 am, Gaz Wilson wrote:
It is included in the
and I believe in the r2 version as well.
> I know we have the vps process which can essentially show a ps output
> of all things running within vservers from the host, but has anyone ever
> looked into patching the program top, or writing a new version which will
> act like top on the host, showing the UIDs and run states of all processes
> in the vservers continuously?
> I ask, because we use vservers in a fairly hostile environment, and
> we get rogue processes which are hogging all of the CPU (for example) -
> top shows the machine load is up but doesn't show which vserver the rogue
> process is in - instead you need to use vps, or log into each vserver
> and run top there to find it.
> Having one version on top on the host to monitor all processes in the
> vservers would be great!
> Are there any plans? (Or indeed has someone already done it and I don't
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