Hi guys,

i have a ksh script that gets some info on processes and puts it into a temp file:

/usr/ucb/ps -auxxx|awk '{print $3," "$4," "$2," "$1," "$11}'|grep -v 0.0|sed 1d > $TMP

It gets the following data

0.8  6.2158230724046144  9918  oracle
0.3  6.2158200964043168  15298  oracle
0.2  6.2158242644046904  5625  oracle
0.2  2.0158312081322712  17654  oracle
0.1  6.2158201444043200  15290  oracle
0.1  6.2158201364043200  15296  oracle
0.1  6.2158224884045592  16852  oracle
0.1  6.2158234244046464  16132  oracle
0.1  6.2158240724046880  28809  oracle
0.1  6.2158201444043200  15292  oracle
0.1  6.2158197764042832  17330  oracle
0.1  6.2158203764043512  17342  oracle
0.1  6.2158238164046720  7273  oracle
0.1  6.2158195364042576  17336  oracle
0.1  6.2158228324045632  17006  oracle
0.1  6.2158230644046328  5610  oracle
0.1  6.2158197924042872  17209  oracle
0.1  6.2158205844043728  16499  oracle
0.1  2.0158294401314312  17648  oracle
0.1  6.2158212564044408  9284  oracle
0.1  6.2158237364046520  16843  oracle
0.1  6.2158196964042760  17111  oracle
0.1  2.1158335361326672  17646  oracle
0.1  6.2158209684044176  10763  oracle
0.1  6.2158230084046232  12294  oracle
0.1  2.0158294401318936  17650  oracle
0.1  2.0158293761314280  17652  oracle
0.1  6.2158209444044152  15352  oracle
0.1  6.2158221524045120  16940  oracle
0.1  6.2158197924042824  17364  oracle
0.1  6.2158228564046016  16417  oracle
0.1  6.2158211124044288  22806  oracle
0.1  6.2158228484045920  3866  oracle
0.1  0.12219214296  11547  root  3628800
0.1  6.2158238564046736  11902  oracle
0.1  6.2158198484042896  17285  oracle
0.1  6.2158224164045592  17346  oracle
0.1  6.2158197924042888  17360  oracle
0.1  6.2158195684042608  17386  oracle
0.1  6.2158196884042752  17390  oracle

Im only really intersted in the first two columns and need the total of both columns.

TotCPU=`cat $TMP | awk '{print $1}' | nawk '{x+=$NF}END{print int x}'`
#extract the total memory usage of all the processes

TotMem=`cat $TMP | awk '{print $2}' | nawk '{x+=$NF}END{print int x}'`
#exptract total cpu usage of all currently running processes
echo "total ps=$TotP,tot running ps=$RunP,total memory being used=$TotMem total cpu=$TotCPU" #debug

The echo produces:

total ps=1537,tot running ps=32,total memory being used=6167.813 total cpu=04.1

As well as some other lines but the one above is most important. Now the cpu one works apart from the annoyin leading 0 but the memory one produces a very wierd result. Any ideas?

Wow, that's a lot of pipes! I would do it something like this:

awk '{TotCPU += $1}{TotMem += $2}END{print "Total CPU= " TotCPU  "\nTotal Mem= "TotMem}' test.list

Kinda ugly all in one line, but here it is broken down a little:

awk '\
{TotCPU += $1}\
{TotMem += $2}\
END\
{print "Total CPU= " TotCPU  "\nTotal Mem= "TotMem}' test.list

Should output something like:

Total CPU= 5.1
Total Mem= 221.639

Season (format) to taste!

-G

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