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NAME

       faultstat - report page faults

SYNOPSIS

       faultstat [options] [delay [count]]

DESCRIPTION

       faultstat reports the major and minor page fault activity of processes.

       If  a  delay and count are not specified, a snapshot of the current page fault activity is
       displayed.

       If a delay in seconds is specified, faultstat will periodically show any per-process  page
       fault  changes.   This  will run indefinitely until a SIGINT is caught.   Specifying count
       will repeat the periodic output count number of times.

OPTIONS

       faultstat options are as follow:

       -a     show page fault size changes with up arrow ↑ when they increment

       -c     get command information from processes comm field

       -d     strip directory basename off command information

       -h     show help

       -l     show long (full) command information

       -p proclist
              specify a comma separated list of  processes  to  monitor;  the  process  list  may
              contain one or more PIDs or process names

       -s     show short command information

       -t     top mode, show top page faulting processes by current page fault changes

       -T     top mode, show top page faulting processes by total page faults

       Hot keys in top mode:

       Key        Operation
       a          Toggle page fault change arrow on or off
       s          Switch  sorting  order:  Major and Minor, Major, Minor, +Major and
                  +Minor, +Major, +Minor, Swap
       t          Toggle between total page fault count and page fault changes
       q or Esc   Quit

SEE ALSO

       cpustat(8), eventstat(8), forkstat(8), smemstat(8), top(1), vmstat(8)

AUTHOR

       faultstat was written by Colin King <colin.king@canonical.com>

       This manual page was written by Colin  King  <colin.king@canonical.com>,  for  the  Ubuntu
       project (but may be used by others).

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2014-2019 Canonical Ltd.
       This  is  free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO warranty; not
       even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

                                           May 11, 2019                              FAULTSTAT(8)