[erlang-questions] top(1) in Erlang
Mon Sep 17 18:35:44 CEST 2007
just gut pman (try pman:start() if you hadn't seen it in action).
According to http://www.erlang.org/doc/pdf/pman.pdf
"Reds - number of reductions performed. Gives a rough estimate of the
process' work load."
On 9/17/07, David King <dking@REDACTED> wrote:
> I'm trying to write a process monitor akin to Unix's top(1) for
> Erlang processes. Is there any way to determine how long a given
> process spent with the CPU over the last X units of time? The
> scheduler has to know this, does it expose that information? Does
> something like this already exist that I'm missing?
> erlang:process_info/1 returns the following for a given process:
> Is reductions close to what I want? Will that increment for things
> other than function calls? Does that matter?
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