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NAME

       wmforkplop  -  Monitors forking activity and displays top CPU consuming
       processes.

SYNOPSIS

       wmforkplop [options]

DESCRIPTION

       wmforkplop is a program that  monitors  the  forking  activity  of  the
       kernel  and  displays  a  list  of  the  most  CPU-consuming processes.
       Although primarily aimed at Windowmaker, it  will  run  on  any  window
       manager, either as a dockapp or as a standard X11 application.

   Option list:
       -h, --help
              print this.

       -v, --verbose
              increase verbosity

       -V, --version
              print version

       --fontpath path add a new directory to the font search directory list

              default:        --fontpath=/usr/share/fonts/truetype        (and
              subdirectories)

       --fontpath=/usr/share/fonts/ttf
              (and subdirectories)

       --fontpath=$HOME/.fonts
              (and subdirectories)

       --font fontname/size Set the 'small font' name/size in pixel  (default:
              --smallfont=Vera/6  The  font  name are case-sensitive, and must
              correspound to the name of a .ttf file which can be found in one
              of  the  fontpaths  By  default,  wmforkplop  tries  to load the
              following fonts:

              *   Vera/6,    DejaVuSansMono/6,    Andale_Mono/6,    Verdana/6,
              Trebuchet_MS/7

       -c n, --colormap=n

              select colormap number n (0 <= n <= 5)

       -g[=WxH+x+y], --geometry[=WxH+x+y]

              start  in  window  (i.e.  undocked) mode with specified geometry
              (i.e -g 96x32 or -g 64x64+0+0)

       --32,  --48,  --56

              start in a reduced dockapp, for people whose dock is  too  small
              too contain 64x64 dockapps

       --no-top

              disable the wmtop feature, you will only see the fork animation.

       --no-fork

              disable  the  fork  animation, you will only see the list of top
              processes.

       --threshold=n

              minimum CPU consumption (%) of a process listed in the  top-list
              (default 3%)

       -u n, --proc-update-delay=n

              set  the  delay  between  two reads of /proc, the default is 150
              (milliseconds).  Setting a small value gives  accurate  results,
              but consumes more CPU as reading /proc is quite expensive.

       See /usr/share/doc/wmforkplop/README.gz for more details.

AUTHOR

       This  manual  page  was  generated  using  help2man and edited by Varun
       Hiremath <varun@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by
       others).



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