i.Task is a small and fast process viewer and terminator for Linux. It lists all running processes and associated information, allowing the user to sort by any column. The information displayed includes, process name, PID, CPU usage/time, owner, priority, threads, memory usage and process arguments. The context menu allows you to send TERM or KILL signals to a process. The main benifit of i.Task, apart from the easy-to-use interface, is that it has far fewer dependencies that other available process viewers.
|Tags||Diagnostics Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This version adds a status bar showing total CPU and memory use, and a task count. It also adds a copy command that outputs all the task information and totals to the clipboard in a nicely formatted text table, fixes a crash when a process exits during the update phase, adds color coding of tasks owned by the current user, and adds a history tab for CPU and memory usage.
Release Notes: This release fixed the link to the missing dlopen symbol, removed the kernel offset to the process priority, and added menu commands to change process priorities (very low, low, normal, high, and very high).
No changes have been submitted for this release.