echo q | htop | aha --black --line-fix > htop.html Meters – Change the behaviour of the meter bar in the header Htop provides multiple options that you can use to sort your output. Using htop command, you can perform the following actions through pressing functional keys to monitor the system processes: Sort output. The htop console changes swiftly as the processes do not wait for the user. You can interactively monitor your system’s vital resources or processes in real-time. # yum install htop. To change the refresh interval of the htop output, use the -d command line option. Putting monochrome output on the side and returning to our more pleasant colorful and default htop output, what do each of the colors signify? Htop Setup Menu. Customize Htop Command Output. If you take another look at the strace output, you'll see that this file was also opened. htop provides a feature in which the process details are updated after a certain delay. htop -d 10 9. Header: The header section shows the CPU usage, memory usage, swap usage, load average, and system uptime. There’s a similar utility called htop that is much easier to use for normal tasks. Htop Setup Menu – Press F2 or S. The following are the 4 high-level menu items available in htop setup. Where x is referred in thenths of seconds. After doing this, the output will be displayed in the following manner: Displaying processes in a tree-like format The color used in its output makes it much more comfortable to read than does the monochrome top output. Syntax: sudo htop -d