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See CPU use history as a graph in a Linux shell

I am looking for a free program that can display the CPU use history as a graph in a Linux shell, as bmon (sudo apt-get install -y bmon) can do network use per network interface.

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or like Microsoft Windows's resource monitor can display:

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top and htop only display the current CPU use.


sar (System Activity Report) (system monitor command used to report on various system loads, including CPU activity, memory/paging, device load, network. Linux distributions provide sar through the sysstat package.) is nice but(sudo apt-get install -y systat)but I'd prefer to have a graph:

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Same for mpstats (sudo apt-get install -y systat), nice but no graph:

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Ideally, the program would have an option to CPU use history per process. (i.e. we could choose the process ID to display)

See CPU use history in a Linux shell

I am looking for a free program that can display the CPU use history as a graph in a Linux shell, as bmon (sudo apt-get install -y bmon) can do network use per network interface.

enter image description here

or like Microsoft Windows's resource monitor can display:

enter image description here

top and htop only display the current CPU use.


sar (System Activity Report) (system monitor command used to report on various system loads, including CPU activity, memory/paging, device load, network. Linux distributions provide sar through the sysstat package.) is nice but I'd prefer to have a graph:

enter image description here

Ideally, the program would have an option to CPU use history per process. (i.e. we could choose the process ID to display)

See CPU use history as a graph in a Linux shell

I am looking for a free program that can display the CPU use history as a graph in a Linux shell, as bmon (sudo apt-get install -y bmon) can do network use per network interface.

enter image description here

or like Microsoft Windows's resource monitor can display:

enter image description here

top and htop only display the current CPU use.


sar (System Activity Report) (system monitor command used to report on various system loads, including CPU activity, memory/paging, device load, network. Linux distributions provide sar through the sysstat package.) is nice (sudo apt-get install -y systat)but I'd prefer to have a graph:

enter image description here

Same for mpstats (sudo apt-get install -y systat), nice but no graph:

enter image description here

Ideally, the program would have an option to CPU use history per process. (i.e. we could choose the process ID to display)

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See CPU use history per process in a Linux shell

I am looking for a free program that can display the CPU use history per processas a graph in a Linux shell, as bmon (sudo apt-get install -y bmon) can do network use per network interface.

enter image description here

or like Microsoft Windows's resource monitor can display:

enter image description here

top and htop only display the current CPU use.


sar (System Activity Report) (system monitor command used to report on various system loads, including CPU activity, memory/paging, device load, network. Linux distributions provide sar through the sysstat package.) is nice but I'd prefer to have a graph:

enter image description here

Ideally, the program would have an option to CPU use history per process. (i.e. we could choose the process ID to display)

See CPU use history per process in a Linux shell

I am looking for a free program that can display the CPU use history per process in a Linux shell, as bmon (sudo apt-get install -y bmon) can do network use per network interface.

enter image description here

or like Microsoft Windows's resource monitor can display:

enter image description here

top and htop only display the current CPU use.

See CPU use history in a Linux shell

I am looking for a free program that can display the CPU use history as a graph in a Linux shell, as bmon (sudo apt-get install -y bmon) can do network use per network interface.

enter image description here

or like Microsoft Windows's resource monitor can display:

enter image description here

top and htop only display the current CPU use.


sar (System Activity Report) (system monitor command used to report on various system loads, including CPU activity, memory/paging, device load, network. Linux distributions provide sar through the sysstat package.) is nice but I'd prefer to have a graph:

enter image description here

Ideally, the program would have an option to CPU use history per process. (i.e. we could choose the process ID to display)

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