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SubjectPer-process disk statistics? (a la top)
Hi,

I am looking for a way to find out which processes contribute the most
to disk I/O (something like top, but for disk activity). There seems to
be no way of doing this (sar, iostat and lsof are no good here), so I
was wondering whether kernel provides this information at all.

I hope this is not considered offtopic - I don't know of any other forum
pertinent to the question.

Thank you in advance for any pointers,
Simon
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Simon (Vsevolod ILyushchenko) simonf@cshl.edu
http://www.simonf.com

"Large software projects are like werewolves because
they transform unexpectedly from the familiar into horrors."
Fred Brooks



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