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[jasspa] Emacs CPU use

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  • Thomas Hundt
    As you can see from the top display below, ME is taking 12% of the machine s CPU. Why would this be? It s just sitting there idle. I m only editing a
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 29, 1999
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      As you can see from the 'top' display below, ME is taking 12% of the machine's CPU. Why would this be? It's just sitting there idle.

      I'm "only" editing a 250MB file. (It's amazing how robust this program is.)


      last pid: 158; load averages: 5.10, 4.80, 4.58 12:45:32
      1108 processes:1098 sleeping, 4 zombie, 2 stopped, 4 on cpu
      CPU states: 1.2% idle, 35.1% user, 16.0% kernel, 47.7% iowait, 0.0% swap
      Memory: 6656M real, 100M free, 4839M swap in use, 1237M swap free

      PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE TIME CPU COMMAND
      23332 sybase 2 0 4 81M 75M cpu8 44.6H 12.05% dataserver
      23282 thundt 1 0 0 72M 1008K cpu1 225:33 11.95% mesunos55
      23324 sybase 2 8 4 81M 76M cpu5 25.1H 11.78% dataserver
      1325 sybase 2 13 0 76M 69M sleep 31.6H 3.55% dataserver
      29096 sybase 2 23 4 504M 500M sleep 67:35 1.84% dataserver
      63 thundt 1 0 0 2792K 1984K cpu12 0:47 1.74% top
      29130 sybase 2 34 4 504M 499M sleep 27:35 1.48% dataserver
      19084 etsdev 9 52 2 195M 32M sleep 22:10 0.89% qbc_svr
      29129 sybase 2 46 4 504M 499M sleep 49:49 0.88% dataserver
      19245 etsdev 16 44 2 20M 16M sleep 4:54 0.85% mts_svr
      21100 sybase 2 46 4 76M 70M sleep 803:03 0.83% dataserver
      21070 etsdemo 11 53 2 11M 7600K sleep 25:18 0.71% mts_p3_svr
      19227 etsdev 8 44 2 12M 7360K sleep 16:56 0.71% qch_svr
      7136 etsdev 1 52 2 9032K 4192K sleep 58:29 0.66% rvd
      22176 gsadmin 1 60 0 3553M 2930M sleep 93:54 0.45% gem


      -Th
    • Steven Phillips,,,
      The keypad is implemented in a similar fashion to GNU Emacs (it has no default bindings for these keys either). I suspect the Num-Lock screw-up is an Exceed
      Message 2 of 6 , Nov 1, 1999
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        The keypad is implemented in a similar fashion to GNU Emacs (it has no default
        bindings for these keys either).

        I suspect the Num-Lock screw-up is an Exceed bug, on my version the Num-Lock
        has no effect. This is probably easily fixed by changing the Exceed keyboard
        bindings. Exceed is not a brilliant piece of software, the new version is
        particularly ropy. I'm about to test the Reflection X-server so I'll compare
        the two if anyone's interested in knowing which is the better.

        Steve

        > Subject: [jasspa] Re: Keypad operation on UNIX
        > From: jnaught@... (Jonathan Naughton-Green)
        > Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:13:30 +0000
        > To: jasspa@egroups.com
        >
        > May be I should clarify this a little more - because there
        > is something wrong somewhere. I'm running a remote XTerm
        > (Exceed) into a Caledra Linux Box, the arrow/page-up/down
        > are operating correctly and none of the digits are coming
        > through, hence the translations below.
        >
        > I am now wondering if there is something wrong with the
        > X configuration or Exceed configuration because the NumLock
        > looks to be inverted. In addition I get different behaviour
        > on the console - very unpleasent !!
        >
        > I'll let you know if I find a fix - anybody else experiencing
        > similar problems ??
        >
        > Jonathan Naughton-Green wrote:
        > >
        > > Looks like the numeric key-pad keys are not bound within the
        > > UNIX environments. You need to add the following translate-key
        > > operations in order to get them working:-
        > >
        > > translate-key "kp-home" 7
        > > translate-key "kp-up" 8
        > > translate-key "kp-page-up" 9
        > > translate-key "kp-left" 4
        > > translate-key "kp-right" 6
        > > translate-key "kp-begin" 5
        > > translate-key "kp-end" 1
        > > translate-key "kp-dowm" 2
        > > translate-key "kp-page-down" 3
        > > translate-key "kp-insert" 0
        > > translate-key "kp-delete" "."
        > > translate-key "kp-add" "+"
        > > translate-key "kp-subtract" "-"
        > > translate-key "kp-multiply" "*"
        > > translate-key "kp-divide" "/"
        > > translate-key "kp-enter" "return"
        > >
        > > Note that there is a spelling mistake in the key "kp-dowm" which
        > > should read "kp-down" - this is a typo in the source. If you fix
        > > the source then you need to rememeber to change the spelling in the
        > > macro file. Apart from that everything else works fine.
        > > Depressing the "Num Lock" provides the alternative navigation
        > > defintions as expected.
        > >
        > > Regards
        > > Jon.
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      • Thomas Hundt
        Yeah, I d be interested, thanks. I m surprised there isn t a public-domain thing out. The latest one fixes a few bugs around printing that have been plaguing
        Message 3 of 6 , Nov 1, 1999
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          Yeah, I'd be interested, thanks. I'm surprised there isn't a public-domain thing out. The latest one fixes a few bugs around printing that have been plaguing me. Hummingbird has been surprisingly responsive, actually.

          -Th


          |bindings. Exceed is not a brilliant piece of software, the new version is
          |particularly ropy. I'm about to test the Reflection X-server so I'll compare
          |the two if anyone's interested in knowing which is the better.
          |
          |Steve
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