CentOS 6.2 and gnome-system-monitor 2.28.0If I select from the menu "View" I see options to display( ) All processes( ) Active processes(*) My processe... [by taylorkh]
on 08/18/2012 – Made popular on 08/18/2012
When I run gnome-system-monitor as my normal account I see only MY processes. I cannot change the selection under View to look at All Processes nor Active Processes. So in a shell I did su - and t... [by taylorkh]
CentOS 6.2 64 bit with gnome-system-monitor 2.28.0I have used this handy application on Ubuntu for many years and on occasion refer to it on my CentOS machine. Nice graphics (I am easi... [by taylorkh]
If I leave the System Monitor (KSysGuard) open for too long, it begins to display in the Process Table processes that are no longer running. For some reason, if I start a process, the entry may not disappear from the Process Table even when I close it. I know they aren't zombie processes (at least, they're not marked as such).
I know that you can connect to various background processes to watch their console output, but is there a way to view the output of all processes at once? Likely it would scroll quickly and be hard to read, but is it possible?