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SubjectRe: High system CPU% in dual CPU System
At 23:25 Uhr -0400 22.06.2001, Dan Maas wrote:
> > CPU0 states: 19.2% user, 32.0% system, 0.0% nice, 48.2% idle
>> CPU1 states: 20.4% user, 40.1% system, 0.0% nice, 38.3% idle
>
>> What can I do to find out what the CPUs are doing during "system" time?
>
>Try 'ps -ax' and see if any process has a large TIME (cumulative CPU time).
>I suspect you may just be seeing a kernel idle process (e.g. kapm-idled),
>which is nothing to worry about.


Hi Dan,

thanx for the hint. I could identify one of my scripts as cause of
the problem and will now have a closer look at its periodic activity..

Ingo
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