bin/129027: ambigious output for top(1)
kes-kes at yandex.ru
Fri Nov 21 09:05:35 PST 2008
Вы писали 21 ноября 2008 г., 10:36:10:
rFo> Synopsis: ambigious output for top(1)
rFo> State-Changed-From-To: open->closed
rFo> State-Changed-By: remko
rFo> State-Changed-When: Fri Nov 21 08:36:09 UTC 2008
rFo> This is not a PR, this is a user question, which has an anwer already.
rFo> Thanks for reporthing this, though I will be closing the ticket.
-C Toggle CPU display mode. By default top displays the weighted
CPU percentage in the WCPU column (this is the same value that
ps(1) displays as CPU). Each time -C flag is passed it toggles
between "raw cpu" mode and "weighted cpu" mode, showing the
"CPU" or the "WCPU" column respectively.
This is not descriptive enough. After reading this I have still have
1. What is "weighted CPU percentage"?
2. What does "ps(1) display as CPU"
(visible only on SMP systems), TIME is the number of system and user
cpu seconds that the process has used, WCPU, when displayed, is the
weighted cpu percentage (this is the same value that ps(1) displays as
CPU), CPU is the raw percentage and is the field that is sorted to
determine the order of the processes, and COMMAND is the name of the
this will be better to describe one parameter per paragraph
TIME the number of system and user cpu seconds that the process has used
WCPU the weighted cpu percentage (average CPU usage by process per minute)
CPU the momentary/instant? percentage of CPU usage by process
(Default sorted by this column)
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