GNU/Linux Command – PROCINFO

procinfo — Display system status gathered from /proc folder
 
Summary:
 
procinfo gathers system data from the /proc directory and display it in a nice readable format.
 
Example:
$ procinfo -- Show MEM,CPU Usage and IRQ details.  $ procinfo -f -- Run in Full screen mode and update will happen for every 5 Sec.  $ procinfo -n.1 -- Run in Full screen mode and update for every .1 sec (Run with highest-priority).  $ procinfo -m -- Show info about modules and device drivers.  $ procinfo -d -- Show info about memory, CPU times, paging, swapping, disk, context and IRQ status.  $ procinfo -F /dev/tty9 -- Redirect output to tty9.
 
Read: man procinfo

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