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Process monitor 7.0.4

The Process Monitor displays running processes with their CPU and memory usage levels. Administrators can sort, filter, and terminate processes within the Process Monitor pane.

To access the process monitor:
  1. Go to Dashboard > Status:
    • Left-click in the CPU or Memory widget and select Process Monitor.
    • Click the user name in the upper right-hand corner of the screen, then go to System > Process Monitor.

    The Process Monitor appears, which includes a line graph, donut chart, and process list.

  2. Click the + beside the search bar to view which columns can be filtered.

To kill a process within the process monitor:
  1. Select a process.
  2. Click the Kill Process dropdown.

  3. Select one of the following options:
    • Kill: the standard kill option that produces one line in the crash log (diagnose debug crashlog read).
    • Force Kill: the equivalent to diagnose sys kill 9 <pid>. This can be viewed in the crash log.
    • Kill & Trace: the equivalent to diagnose sys kill 11 <pid>. This generates a longer crash log and backtrace. A crash log is displayed afterwards.

Process monitor 7.0.4

The Process Monitor displays running processes with their CPU and memory usage levels. Administrators can sort, filter, and terminate processes within the Process Monitor pane.

To access the process monitor:
  1. Go to Dashboard > Status:
    • Left-click in the CPU or Memory widget and select Process Monitor.
    • Click the user name in the upper right-hand corner of the screen, then go to System > Process Monitor.

    The Process Monitor appears, which includes a line graph, donut chart, and process list.

  2. Click the + beside the search bar to view which columns can be filtered.

To kill a process within the process monitor:
  1. Select a process.
  2. Click the Kill Process dropdown.

  3. Select one of the following options:
    • Kill: the standard kill option that produces one line in the crash log (diagnose debug crashlog read).
    • Force Kill: the equivalent to diagnose sys kill 9 <pid>. This can be viewed in the crash log.
    • Kill & Trace: the equivalent to diagnose sys kill 11 <pid>. This generates a longer crash log and backtrace. A crash log is displayed afterwards.