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RE: per cpu statistics



Yeah top does give me that.. BTW , I now just now found that /proc/slab* files have that :)
but I do not understand why is not there any non-interactive top in Linux like Solaris 
when I do 'top -Sn -o cpu' it just gets as non-interactive top unlike in Linux , I have to do in batch mode...
is there any similar option in the top of Linux...

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> [mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com]On Behalf Of Ed Wilts
> Sent: Friday, January 21, 2005 9:23 PM
> To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
> Subject: Re: per cpu statistics
> 
> 
> On Fri, Jan 21, 2005 at 08:41:13PM +0530, Mulley, Nikhil wrote:
> > Can anybody please tell me if I want to see what is the usage of
> > processes,CPU usage details etc...per CPU..( this questions 
> applies to
> > machine with an HT and more than 1 processor) as Linux is 
> HT compliant
> > , so it should me the details right ?
> 
> Have you looked at top?  What do you need that top won't give you?
>  
> > One More  question is , I have a network of few machines..and one
> > acting as the DNS Server. I just wanted the DNS to use both the
> > processors ..kinda SMP.
> 
> You need to look at setting up a primary and secondary DNS server.
> There's a lot of online help out there you can find with a 
> bit of goggle
> searching.
> 
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