qps - Visual process manager
||OpenMandriva Contrib Release x86_64
Qps is a visual process manager, an X11 version of "top" or "ps" that
displays processes in a window and lets you sort and manipulate them.
o Change nice value of a process.
o Alter the scheduling policy and soft realtime priority of a process.
o Display the TCP/UDP sockets used by a process, and names of the
connected hosts (Linux only).
o Display the memory mappings of the process (which files and shared
o libraries are loaded where).
o Display the open files of a process, and the state of unix domain sockets.
o Kill or send any other signal to selected processes.
o Display the load average as a graph, and use this as its icon when
o Show (as graph or numbers) current CPU, memory and swap usage.
o Sort the process table on any attribute (size, cpu usage, owner etc).
o On SMP systems running Linux 2.1 or later (or Solaris), display cpu usage
for each processor, and which CPU a process is running on.
o Display the environment variables of any process.
o Show the process table in tree form, showing the parent-child
o Execute user-defined commands on selected processes.
o Display MOSIX-specific fields and migrate processes to other nodes
in a cluster.
Qps runs on Linux and Solaris.
- Enable OpenMandriva Contrib Release repository on Install and Remove Software
- Update packages list:
# urpmi.update -a
- Install qps rpm package:
# urpmi qps