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Date:      Thu, 19 Nov 2009 20:01:02 +0300
From:      cronfy <cronfy@sprinthost.ru>
To:        FreeBSD <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: get accounting info for running process
Message-ID:  <4B0579CE.2020203@sprinthost.ru>
In-Reply-To: <5f09d2bccc69d1f101c5c22151ef0c05@sbmail.office-on-the.net>
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>> Is it possible to find out how much a process have used CPU user 
>> time/system time/IO operations for now by it's pid? Like in sa, but for 
>> running process.
>>     

Dan, Mel, thanks for your answers. I examined 'ps' sources and decided 
to use  kvm_getprocs() and rusage structure.

I am trying to create a daemon that would report system accounting stats 
for every X seconds, let's say 10.  'sa' reports about terminated 
processes only, but it would be nice to have more detailed system usage 
stats per user for a given time interval (i.e. last 10 seconds), 
including tasks that are not finished at the moment of querying.

I can achieve this by querying list of processes each 10 seconds and 
producing diffs between previous and current list, saving these to some 
log and combining data with /var/account/acct file.

The only thing I do not want to do is to invent a wheel ;-) I googled 
much for such solutions, but did not find any. May be someone knows 
existing products that has this functionality already?

Thanks in advance.



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