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Stephen Rothwell <sfr@linuxcare.com.au> wrote:
> Hi Rik,

> Rik van Riel <riel@conectiva.com.br> writes:
>>
>> I have the idea we should really fix this dirty accounting
>> thing and properly account kapmd time to idle time.

> I got thinking about this and think I went slightly insane :-)

> How does the following look ... it makes kapmd equivalent to
> the idle processes as far as accounting for time is concerned.
> Top looks funny - kapmd is getting 96% of the CPU, but the
> CPU is 99.4% idle! :-)

i think this together with renaming kapm to "kapmidle" or "apm-idle"
should make an end to all this "kapm eats all of my cpu time"
confusion ...

t

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