How to View the Command Name in Top
Top is a command line tool / binary that is used in unix-like environments to display process information.
top – display sorted information about processes
top - display Linux processes
To run top:
Ctrl + c
Show the command used to run the program#
Sometimes you will run top and see the process and the name under
But this will show the top-level process. So if you are using
node or a webserver like
gunicorn - you won’t see more detailed info about the command used to run the process.
To do that simply press
c when you are in
I tested this on Ubuntu OS only