sys-process packages

60 packages - The sys-process category contains packages which query or manipulate processes. The 'cron' daemons are included in this.

sys-process / acct : GNU system accounting utilities

sys-process / anacron : A periodic command scheduler

sys-process / at : Queues jobs for later execution

sys-process / atop : Resource-specific view of processes

sys-process / audit : Userspace utilities for storing and processing auditing records

sys-process / bashtop : Resource monitor that shows usage and stats

sys-process / bcron : A new cron system designed with secure operations in mind by Bruce Guenter

sys-process / below : An interactive tool to view and record historical system data

sys-process / bottom : A graphical process/system monitor with a customizable interface

sys-process / bpytop : Linux/OSX/FreeBSD resource monitor

sys-process / btop : A monitor of resources

sys-process / criu : utility to checkpoint/restore a process tree

sys-process / cronbase : Base for all cron ebuilds

sys-process / cronie : Cronie is a standard UNIX daemon cron based on the original vixie-cron

sys-process / cronutils : Utilities to assist running batch processing jobs

sys-process / ctop : Top-like interface for container-metrics

sys-process / daemontools : Collection of tools for managing UNIX services

sys-process / daemontools-encore : Collection of tools for managing UNIX services

sys-process / dcron : A cute little cron from Matt Dillon

sys-process / dumb-init : A minimal init system for Linux containers

sys-process / evisum : System and process monitor written with EFL

sys-process / fcron : A command scheduler with extended capabilities over cron and anacron

sys-process / ftop : Monitor open files and filesystems

sys-process / glances : CLI curses based monitoring tool

sys-process / gnome-usage : A nice way to view information about use of system resources

sys-process / htop : Interactive process viewer

sys-process / incron : inotify based cron daemon

sys-process / iotop : Top-like UI used to show which process is using the I/O

sys-process / iotop-c : top utility for IO (C port)

sys-process / latencytop : Tool for identifying where in the system latency is happening

sys-process / lsof : Lists open files for running Unix processes

sys-process / memwatch : Interactive memory viewer

sys-process / minicoredumper : Core dump file processor

sys-process / minit : a small yet feature-complete init

sys-process / nmon : Nigel's performance MONitor for CPU, memory, network, disks, etc

sys-process / numactl : Utilities and libraries for NUMA systems

sys-process / numad : The NUMA daemon that manages application locality

sys-process / parallel : A shell tool for executing jobs in parallel locally or on remote machines

sys-process / pkill-darwin : pgrep(1) and pkill(1) for Darwin

sys-process / prll : Utility for parallelizing execution of shell functions

sys-process / procenv : command-line utility to show process environment

sys-process / procps : Standard informational utilities and process-handling tools

sys-process / procs : Modern replacement for ps

sys-process / psinfo : Process information and statistics using the kernel /proc interface

sys-process / psmisc : A set of tools that use the proc filesystem

sys-process / rtirq : Modify realtime scheduling policy and priority of IRQ handlers

sys-process / runit : A UNIX init scheme with service supervision

sys-process / schedtool : A tool to query or alter a process' scheduling policy

sys-process / supervise-scripts : Starting and stopping daemontools managed services

sys-process / systemd-cron : systemd units to create timers for cron directories and crontab

sys-process / time : Displays info about resources used by a program

sys-process / tini : A tiny but valid init for containers

sys-process / tiptop : top for performance counters

sys-process / top-apple : Apple's top from Mac OS X Lion 10.7

sys-process / uksmd : Userspace KSM helper daemon

sys-process / unixtop : top for UNIX systems

sys-process / usbtop : utility that shows an estimated instantaneous bandwidth on USB buses and devices

sys-process / wait_on_pid : Small utility to wait for an arbitrary process to exit

sys-process / watchpid : Watches a process for termination

sys-process / xjobs : Reads commands line by line and executes them in parallel