[CentOS] SMP kernels and top output

Bisbal, Prentice PBisbal at LexPharma.com
Mon Mar 26 14:47:30 UTC 2007


Ahhh.... yes. It was right there in the man page for top. I must have
read it too quickly. Sorry. And if press f and then "J", I can toggle
the CPU # column too. Thanks for the help, Ross. 
 
-- 
Prentice

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From: centos-bounces at centos.org [mailto:centos-bounces at centos.org] On
Behalf Of Ross S. W. Walker
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 10:38 AM
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Subject: RE: [CentOS] SMP kernels and top output


Press the number '1' when in top.
 
-Ross
 


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	From: centos-bounces at centos.org
[mailto:centos-bounces at centos.org] On Behalf Of Bisbal, Prentice
	Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 10:28 AM
	To: centos at centos.org
	Subject: [CentOS] SMP kernels and top output
	
	

	Hi, everyone. I'm new to the list. This question may have come
up before, but I couldn't find an answer to it by searching the centos
website. Could be I was using bad keywords for my search.  

	I have 3 HP xw9300 workstations (dual AMD Opteron 64-bit
processors) that I'm upgrading from RHEL3WS to CentOS 4.4. I've upgraded
two already, with one left to go. On the system with RHEL3WS, 'top'
shows statistics for each processor and what processor # each process is
running on.

	On the systems running CentOS 4.4, the output of 'top' looks
like that of a uniprocessors system - there are no statistics for each
processor and it doesn't show which processor each process is running
on. However, /proc/cpuinfo shows the two processors. 

	Does this mean that my OS isn't seeing the second processor, or
has the behavior of top changed between the two OS versions? Is there
any way that I Can verify that both processors are being used? 

	-- 
	Prentice 



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