Enter a command. For example: next, git pull, pdf parser, glab repo.


Display a table of current I/O usage by processes or threads. More information:
  • Start top-like I/O monitor:
    sudo iotop
  • Show only processes or threads actually doing I/O:
    sudo iotop --only
  • Show I/O usage in non-interactive mode:
    sudo iotop --batch
  • Show only I/O usage of processes (default is to show all threads):
    sudo iotop --processes
  • Show I/O usage of given PID(s):
    sudo iotop --pid={{PID}}
  • Show I/O usage of a given user:
    sudo iotop --user={{user}}
  • Show accumulated I/O instead of bandwidth:
    sudo iotop --accumulated

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