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SubjectRE: FWD: RE: excessive interrupts on network cards
Tim sent me this... and, yes, the count is much lower...  looking around, I 
found 'mpstat', which returns processor statistics.

From this output, I would say that procinfo has a bug in the -d and -D
options, or in the man page.

Thanks, for all the help guys, but this seems to be right, according to
mpstat anyways.

Thanks a BUNCH.

Chris

[root@phantom /root]# mpstat 1
Linux 2.4.10 (phantom.csd.unb.ca) 09/26/2001

12:29:48 PM CPU %user %nice %system %idle intr/s
12:29:49 PM all 3.00 0.00 9.50 87.50 5711.00
12:29:50 PM all 5.50 0.00 8.00 86.50 6139.00
12:29:51 PM all 2.00 0.00 11.00 87.00 5976.00
12:29:52 PM all 3.50 0.00 10.00 86.50 5744.00
12:29:53 PM all 5.50 0.00 9.00 85.50 5986.00
12:29:54 PM all 7.00 0.00 10.00 83.00 5904.00
12:29:55 PM all 5.00 0.00 6.50 88.50 5771.00



>===== Original Message From Tim Moore <timothymoore@bigfoot.com> =====
>Just for grins what does 'procinfo -DSn2' say?
>
>Chris Newton wrote:
>> ...
>> uptime: 0:07:54.17 context : 43253
>>
>> irq 0: 500 timer irq 16: 131 eth2
>> irq 1: 0 keyboard irq 20: 22266 eth0
>> irq 2: 0 cascade [4] irq 21: 0 eth1
>> irq 6: 0 irq 30: 0 aic7xxx
>> irq 12: 0 irq 31: 121 aic7xxx
>> irq 14: 0 ide0
>--

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