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system performance top

Use this command to display the list of processes running on the FortiGate unit (similar to the Linux top command).

You can use the following commands when get system performance top is running:

• Press Q or Ctrl+C to quit.

• Press P to sort the processes by the amount of CPU that the processes are using.

• Press M to sort the processes by the amount of memory that the processes are using.

Syntax

get system performance top [<delay_int>] <max_lines_int>]]

Variable Description

<delay_int>

The delay, in seconds, between updating the process list. The default is 5 seconds.

<max_lines_int>

The maximum number of processes displayed in the output. The default is 20 lines.

system performance top

Use this command to display the list of processes running on the FortiGate unit (similar to the Linux top command).

You can use the following commands when get system performance top is running:

• Press Q or Ctrl+C to quit.

• Press P to sort the processes by the amount of CPU that the processes are using.

• Press M to sort the processes by the amount of memory that the processes are using.

Syntax

get system performance top [<delay_int>] <max_lines_int>]]

Variable Description

<delay_int>

The delay, in seconds, between updating the process list. The default is 5 seconds.

<max_lines_int>

The maximum number of processes displayed in the output. The default is 20 lines.