24114RE: [nslu2-linux] Re: atop
- Nov 18, 2009
Maybe it’s the intended behavior but is it the correct behavior? If one line, CPU, is intended to show the numbers for all cpus, in other words an overall view of the system, how can a system be over 100% idle or busy or …? Maybe a new line should be added that shows the average.
I'm running atop v1.23 on a couple Ubuntu systems and both show CPU totals over 100%.
I believe that is the intended behavior.
from the atop man page:
CPU CPU utilization.
At least one line is shown for the total occupation of all CPU’s
On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 11:33 AM, Don Muller <don@...> wrote:
Sorry my desktop is Windoze. The only devices I have that run Linux are three
NAS devices. Only one of them is dual core.
Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2009 10:50 AM
Subject: [nslu2-linux] Re: atop
--- In email@example.com, Don Muller <don@...> wrote:
Ok, so does the failure for the percentages to tally up happen on any other
Is your desktop computer multi-core? If so do you observe the same behaviour
you've described with atop on that as you do on your QNAP?
This would help identify whether the error is with atop in general or the
specific build you are using.
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