The OS Internals Analyzer provides a fast and convenient window into your physical server's processes, network, CPU, memory and storage performance.
This tab helps you monitor the overall system performance aspects in a graphical manner. You can watch your server's memory usage, system load and CPU utilization, context switching, and network data.
This view dispalys the performance stats for CPU, memory and running processes organized in somewhat similar manner to the output of Top utility on Unix based systems.
The process ID of each task.
The user name of the task's owner.
Time the process was started.
The size of the task's code plus data plus stack space, in megabytes, is shown here.
The total amount of physical memory used by the task, in megabytes, is shown here.
The amount of shared memory used by the task is shown in this column.
The state of the task is shown here. The state is either S for sleeping, D for uninterruptible sleep, R for running, Z for zombies, or T for stopped or traced.
Total CPU time the task has used since it started in MM:SS format.
The task's current usage of CPU time as a percentage.