Commands tagged load average (6)

  • For each cpu set mask and then monitor your cpu infos. Temp,load avg. etc. For example for 2nd cpu or 2nd core taskset 0x00000002 yes > /dev/null & For example for 3rd cpu or 3rd core taskset 0x00000004 yes > /dev/null & For example for 4th cpu or 4th core taskset 0x00000008 yes > /dev/null & Monitor your cpu temp with this command if you want watch -n1 "acpi -t" Load avg. from top command top kerim@bayner.com http://www.bayner.com/


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    taskset 0x00000001 yes > /dev/null &
    kerim · 2011-04-03 07:23:53 0
  • Show the current load of the CPU as a percentage. Read the load from /proc/loadavg and convert it using sed: Strip everything after the first whitespace: sed -e 's/ .*//' Delete the decimal point: sed -e 's/\.//' Remove leading zeroes: sed -e 's/^0*//' Show Sample Output


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    sed -e 's/ .*//' -e 's/\.//' -e 's/^0*//' /proc/loadavg
    flatcap · 2014-04-18 19:12:05 3
  • I run this via crontab every one minute on my machine occasionally to see if a process is eating up my system's resources.


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    load=`uptime|awk -F',' '{print $3}'|awk '{print $3}'`; if [[ $(echo "if ($load > 1.0) 1 else 0" | bc) -eq 1 ]]; then notify-send "Load $load";fi
    adimania · 2013-02-06 08:30:24 1
  • Monitoring system in one line : DISK : disk space MEM: memory ( mem , swap, Total) CPU : all information about cpu activity LOAD : load average Show Sample Output


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    echo "DISK:";df -Pl | grep -v "Filesystem" | awk '{print $5,$6}' ; echo "MEM:" ; free -mto | awk '{ print $1,$2,$3,$4 }'; echo "CPU:"; top -b -d1 -n1 | grep Cpu | awk '{print $2,$3,$4,$5,$6,$7,$8,$9}';echo "LOAD:"; cat /proc/loadavg
    injez · 2014-09-29 12:43:52 9
  • This checks the system load every second and if it's over a certain threshold (.8 in this example), it spits out the date, system loads and top 4 processes sorted by CPU. Additionally, the \a in the first echo creates an audible bell.


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    while sleep 1; do if [ $(echo "$(cat /proc/loadavg | cut -d' ' -f1) > .8 " | bc) -gt 0 ]; then echo -e "\n\a"$(date)" \e[5m"$(cat /proc/loadavg)"\e[0m"; ps aux --sort=-%cpu|head -n 5; fi; done
    tyzbit · 2014-12-08 15:44:40 0
  • This “sysload” alias converts the load average to percentages and divides them by the number of CPUs/cores. It may provide a more intuitive guesstimate of how much work the server is doing. Show Sample Output


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    alias sysload='printf "System load (1m/5m/15m): "; for l in 1 2 3 ; do printf "%.1f%s" "$(( $(cat /proc/loadavg | cut -f $l -d " ") * 100 / $(nproc) ))" "% "; done; printf "\n"'
    lordtoran · 2021-03-27 17:10:53 46

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