VPSrobots is equipped with a Process Occupied Monitor on the main Dashboard which provides you an intuitive overview on the real-time usage of system resources. The following part will give the detailed explanation to the column headers in this Process Occupied Monitor:
PID: Process ID
Namely, process identifier, which is a unique number used to identify an active process.
User: User Name
The name of the user who launched the process.
The priority of the process. The lower the value, the higher the priority and more CPU time will be granted to the process
with higher priority.
The nice value of the task. A negative nice value means higher priority and the default value is 0.
VIRT: Virtual Image (kb)
The total amount of virtual memory used by the process, which including RAM, swap and shared memory being accessed by the process.
RES: Resident Size (kb)
The resident memory size of the process, which is the amount of actual physical memory a process is consuming.
SHR: Shared Memory (kb)
The amount of memory shared with other processes.
S: The process status
The status of process includes: ‘D’ means uninterruptible sleep, ‘R’ means running, ‘S’ means sleeping, ‘T’ means traced or
stopped, ‘Z’ means zombie.
The percentage of total CPU time the process has used since last update.
The value as a percentage of available physical memory used by the process.
TIME+: CPU time
The total CPU time used by the process since it started.
The ‘COMMAND’ column shows the name of the process.