Running 'top' on a Unix Fedora box


Junior Member
Aug 19, 2004
On the command line in unix Fedora you can run the command 'top.' Top is a program that will give continual reports about the state of the system, including a list of the top cpu using processes. The major focus of it is the "load average:" which shows you what the load on the server is. Below that is lists all of the processes. Does anyone know of a different command that can be used in order to determine what user is using what % of the actual load average? Often times I have high load averages and I have to go through many different commands and pages to try to figure out who is using up so much resources. Any help would be greatly appreciated.