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mac os x top snow leopard


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using top on Snow Leopard


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URL: http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/01/15-practical-unix-linux-top-command-examples/

more tips available; see link

  1. (from interactive top screen)
  2. o -- primary sort descending by column name (e.g., "cpu")
  3. O -- secondary sort by column name
  4. S -- send specified signal (default TERM) to specified PID

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