The Processes page lists the processes currently running on the Unix system.
Note: The Processes page shows the output from the Unix ps command.
To open the Processes page
Click Processes | Processes.
For each process, you can view the information that follows:
The name of the process.
|Nice||The Nice value describes the relative priority of the specified process. A process with a low Nice value is running at a higher priority than a process with a high Nice value.|
|PID||The process identifier for the specified process.|
|PPID||The process identifier for the process that is the parent of the specified process.|
|% CPU||The percentage of CPU time used by the process in the last sample interval.|
The state of the process. Process states are platform dependent.
|Terminal||The Unix terminal session where a user started the specified process. If the process was not started by an interactive user, the Terminal value is set to "?".|
|User||The name of the user to whom the process belongs.|
|Time||The amount of CPU time the process has consumed.|
|Virt Mem (MB)||The amount of virtual memory in use by the process, measured in megabytes.|