In this video, @LearnLinuxTV explains the top command, a useful tool for displaying Linux system information and processes.
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0:39 Basic Usage of the Top Command
2:16 First Line – Uptime, User, Load Average
4:04 Second Line – Tasks
5:48 Zombie & Child Process
8:49 Third Line – CPU Statistics
12:36 Fourth Line – Memory Information
13:42 Fifth Line – Swap Memory
14:23 Lower Section Overview
15:12 %CPU Section
15:56 %MEM Section
16:15 Stop the Process from Running (PID)
17:15 Change Delay Update Time
18:03 Most Important Parts of Top Command
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