On Jul 21, 2005, at 7:53 AM, Waverly wrote: > I believe I've seen the answer to your question a few times, > answered by a few members. > Unfortunately I cant locate them but I found a solution to your > being able to extract the list you desire. This comes from a post > of Ken's last year. > > Its quite a bit of detail here, which I appreciate. More info than > less is mostly best. > Wave, Thank you! (and thanks Ken!) This looks like something I can use. Feel stupid for not thinking of this since I'm already using another unix command. I gave up trying to capture the output of top (like Ken apparently did), but didn't look at other commands that might provide the info. Thanks again for finding this. Brian S.