please help me make sense of top's CPU output
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Tue Nov 3 17:23:53 UTC 2009
2009/11/3 Chris Stankevitz <cstankevitz at toyon.com>:
> Dan Nelson wrote:
>> Junior Hacker Project: add an instantaneous-CPU value (calculated by
>> subtracting successive ki_runtime values) to the list of things top
>> calculates and toggle it and weighted-CPU when pressing C. The toggling
>> code is already there; it just toggles between two different weighted-cpu
>> values at the moment.
> Makes sense, thank you. If I want to hack a port program, I go to the
> "work" directory, edit the source, and rebuild. How do I hack a non-port
> program like top?
Look in the Makefile for /usr/src/usr.bin/top, and you'll see the
source is in /usr/src/contrib/top
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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