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SubjectRe: kapm-idled : is this a bug?
On Mon, 11 Dec 2000 stewart@neuron.com hissed:
> I've recently begun testing my laptop on the latest 2.4.0-test12-pre[78]
> kernels. When freshly booted and nothing producing a load on the system,
> top reports a process called 'kapm-idled' consuming between 60% an 85%
> of CPU cycles. [...]

its supposed to do this - its taking up the idle thread. its not actually
using those cpu cycles, dont worry.

yes, i agree -- its cpu usage shouldnt be shown as normal but integrated
under the idle thread.

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Robert M. Love
rml@ufl.edu
rml@tech9.net

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