What's using my system?
racerx at makeworld.com
Sun Jan 1 16:29:35 PST 2006
Kirk Strauser wrote:
> On Sunday 01 January 2006 03:19 pm, Chris wrote:
>>top -S -n 50
> Here it is. Note that the WCPU fields don't come anywhere near adding up
> to the "missing" 42% (100 - ~58%). Also, the change in "last pid" is only
> about 13000 over the course of 11000 seconds, and that included a Google
> spider run a couple of hours ago; the median number of forks-per-second is
> much less than 1.
> last pid: 85931; load averages: 1.29, 0.95, 0.78 up 29+01:08:13 16:35:27
> 306 processes: 5 running, 277 sleeping, 23 waiting, 1 lock
Where is the line that reflects CPU states?
This is very misleading without the WHOLE paste.
> Mem: 872M Active, 88M Inact, 222M Wired, 45M Cache, 112M Buf, 17M Free
> Swap: 4096M Total, 205M Used, 3891M Free, 4% Inuse
Here's mine. Where is the REST of your info from the very top.
last pid: 11829; load averages: 0.03, 0.38, 0.57 up 1+23:57:05
123 processes: 2 running, 97 sleeping, 24 waiting
CPU states: 3.1% user, 0.0% nice, 2.7% system, 0.4% interrupt, 93.8%
Mem: 391M Active, 372M Inact, 164M Wired, 44M Cache, 111M Buf, 27M Free
Swap: 2023M Total, 104K Used, 2023M Free
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