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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] procps 2.0.10

On 2002.10.08 Rik van Riel wrote:
>On Tue, 8 Oct 2002, J.A. Magallon wrote:
>
>> It also kills the 'states' part, things are beginning to spread past 80
>> columns...is it very important ?
>
>Yes, things should stay within 80 lines.
>
>> I am gettin also strange outputs sometimes, with a ton of digits in
>> decimal parts.
>
>Wait... I remember fixing that bug. On 2.4 kernels iowait
>should always be 0.0% and it always is 0.0% here.
>
>I have no idea why it's displaying a wrong value on your
>system, unless you somehow managed to run against a wrong
>libproc.so (shouldn't happen).
>

It looks like the 2 first screenshots show buggy data:

First:
CPU0: 0,1% user 0,1% system 0,0% nice 99,18% iowait 0,103% idle
CPU1: 0,0% user 0,4% system 0,0% nice 99,18% iowait 0,101% idle

Second:
CPU0: 0,15% user 0,4% system 0,0% nice 4,1070639% iowait 0,434% idle
CPU1: 0,13% user 0,7% system 0,0% nice 4,1070639% iowait 0,433% idle

Third:
CPU0: 3,1% user 2,3% system 0,0% nice 0,0% iowait 94,0% idle
CPU1: 3,3% user 2,0% system 0,0% nice 0,0% iowait 94,1% idle

Always the same, does not depend on interval. Samples above were taken with
top -d100.

Hope this helps.

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