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Table of Contents

CLI Reference

iotop

Use this command to display system processes input/output usage information.

Syntax

execute iotop <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter>

Parameter

Description

--version Show the program's version number and exit.
-h, --help Show this help message and exit.
-o, --only Only show processes or threads that are actually doing I/O.
-b, --batch Non-interactive mode.
-n NUM, --iter=NUM The number of iterations before ending (default = infinite).
-d SEC, --delay=SEC The delay between iterations, in seconds (default = 1).
-p PID, --pid=PID The processes/threads to monitor (default = all).
-u USER, --user=USER The users to monitor (default = all).
-P, --processes Only show processes, not all threads.
-a, --accumulated Show the accumulated I/O instead of bandwidth.
-k, --kilobytes Use kilobytes instead of a human friendly unit.
-t, --time Add a timestamp on each line (implies --batch).
-q, --quiet Suppress some lines of header (implies --batch).

iotop

Use this command to display system processes input/output usage information.

Syntax

execute iotop <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter> <parameter>

Parameter

Description

--version Show the program's version number and exit.
-h, --help Show this help message and exit.
-o, --only Only show processes or threads that are actually doing I/O.
-b, --batch Non-interactive mode.
-n NUM, --iter=NUM The number of iterations before ending (default = infinite).
-d SEC, --delay=SEC The delay between iterations, in seconds (default = 1).
-p PID, --pid=PID The processes/threads to monitor (default = all).
-u USER, --user=USER The users to monitor (default = all).
-P, --processes Only show processes, not all threads.
-a, --accumulated Show the accumulated I/O instead of bandwidth.
-k, --kilobytes Use kilobytes instead of a human friendly unit.
-t, --time Add a timestamp on each line (implies --batch).
-q, --quiet Suppress some lines of header (implies --batch).