pscpug is a unix utility designed to graph a given process's CPU usage over time
pscpug is a unix utility designed to graph a given process's CPU usage over time. Since you can see changes over time, it is often more useful than top for checking on a specific errant process.
pscpug only requires one argument—the process ID of the program you're interested in. More info is layed out in the included readme.
At this point, pscpug is only expected to run on BSD and Linux flavors. Feel free to try to build and run it on other unix-like OSes, however, the program may simply not work at all.
If you make a command line argument such as -w 0, you'll notice that pscpug will run really fast. It will also eat lots of CPU time. This is probably a feature.
If you run pscpug on a dumb terminal, there will be upsettingly little information about the process.
What's New in This Release:
pscpug now drops setuid/setgid privileges when they are unnecessary.
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