`top` reports all CPU states as 0% on i386
wegster at mindcore.net
Sun Jan 11 09:55:05 PST 2004
Robert Watson wrote:
>On Sun, 11 Jan 2004, Scott W wrote:
>>>My machine is a Dual Pentium Pro with a basically-stock SMP kernel, except
>>>that I have ULE enabled.
>>I'm not sure at what point it 'resolved itself,' but it's possible my
>>kernel and world were out of sync, or that I skipped doing a
>>mergemaster.... is now working with 5.2-CURRENT as of Jan 1....
>>Not sure this helps in any immediate fashion, but another data point....
>Is anyone having this problem *not* using SCHED_ULE?
>Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Projects
>robert at fledge.watson.org Senior Research Scientist, McAfee Research
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Sorry, I forgot to comment on that- this is/was using SCHED_4BSD, not
Nothing unusual in kernel config- removed most unnescessary support,
enabled SMP options. Have been using the same kernel config file since
5.1-RELEASE. Can certainly post if it would be of help to anyone...
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