[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2447] TOP isn't reporting correctly CPU states without -M
John Marino via Redmine
bugtracker-admin at leaf.dragonflybsd.org
Wed Nov 14 23:34:10 PST 2012
Issue #2447 has been updated by John Marino.
If you take "top" to only apply to CPU#1, doesn't the report then seem correct?
Does the manpage say it will average these values across CPUs when "-M" isn't used or are you just assuming it should be doing that?
Bug #2447: TOP isn't reporting correctly CPU states without -M
Author: Charles Rapenne
The top command isn't reporting the line "CPU states" correctly on my dual core laptop.
With the command "top", if a thread is eating 1 CPU, top reports 0.0% idle and 100% in user, it should displays 50% idle and 50% user
With the command "top -M", if a thread is eating 1 CPU, top reports 0.0% idle and 100% in user on CPU0, and 100.0% idle on CPU1, this is the correct one
On the screenshot attached, on the right you can see top -M and on the left, top. The command without -M seems to show only CPU0
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