Can You Top This? 15 Practical Linux Top Command Examples
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"In this article, let us review 15 examples for Linux top
command that will be helpful for both newbies and experts.
"1. Show Processes Sorted by any Top Output Column – Press
"By default top command displays the processes in the order of
CPU usage. When the top command is running, press M (upper-case) to
display processes sorted by memory usage as shown below.
"Top Command Sort By Memory Usage
"To sort top output by any column, Press O (upper-case O) ,
which will display all the possible columns that you can sort by as