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Linux top command is frequently used command in our daily BAU support and we use it to understand the resource utilization by different processes on Linux server.

In this article, we will see how to read the top command output, so that we can easily understand and troubleshoot any kind of performance issues (CPU/Memory etc.)in Linux system.

we can see lot of output when top command is run on Linux and all the possible output rows are explained in this article.

[dbalyfe@localhost ~]$ top

Description of first row of top command:

Description of Second row of top command:

Description of Third row of top command:

Description of Forth row of top command:

Description of Fifth row of top command:

Description of Sixth row of top command:

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