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I need some help in analyzing the a high CPU problem.
My system was extremely slow and when i did a top command i can see only one process is running and its occupying 100% CPU. I tried seeing some error message using dmesg and in /var/log/messages/ but no help. :-(
I want to know why it was occupying 100% and what did the process doing. Please help.
PID USER PR NI %CPU TIME+ %MEM VIRT RES SHR S COMMAND ...
If you use Linux and you're reading this, you probably love Linux. It's a fantastic replacement for the operating systems that we are usually forced to use. Linux is stable, safe, and easy to use.
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Posted 04-19-2009 at 05:27 PM bypereznet (Interoperability)
Updated 04-19-2009 at 05:30 PM bypereznet
Sorry, about not posting sooner.
unlike most bloggers, I actually have a life and a job.
Ha ha ha , just kidding.
I have been testing PClinuxOS, Damn Samll Linux
PCLinuxOS is a great distro. The install was a snap.I was able to use everything write out of the install.I mean everything; networking, internet, MS apps-Wine, viewing Quicktime, WMP movies, really cool stff.
Since I am presently unable to help anyone out with true linux type concerns. I humbly present this to
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a garlic_spinach_sunflowerseed_veg.oil_salt pesto spread to be applied to toasted and buttered home made
bread. I find it to be excellent.
I started to read chapter5 of the LDD. Switched over to trying to communicate between 2 c++ program...