I've solaris server running many applications, using Oracle. I want to know how many different databases are running within Oracle, and how much memory and cpu each of them is consuming
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So the overall process will be:
And then say you want to see the mysqld instance of pid 7285 's memory and cpu usage details:
The third and fourh columns are CPU and memory respectively.
You need to know what database you're looking for. Once you do know that, you can use