prstat — Report Active Process Statistics


/usr/bin/prstat [-acLmRtv][-C psrsetlist][-n nprocs[,nusers]]
[-p pidlist][-P cpulist][-s key | -S key][-u euidlist]
  [-U uidlist][interval [count]]


The prstat command is new in the Solaris 8 release. Use it to iteratively examine all active processes on the system and to report statistics based on the selected output mode and sort order. prstat provides options to examine processes matching only specified PIDs, UIDs, CPU IDs, and processor set IDs.

The -C, -p, -P, -u, and -U options accept lists as arguments. You can separate items in a list either by commas or by separating the ...

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