Linux - Why "top" command its showing only 1 CPU (CPU0)

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Linux - Why "top" command its showing only 1 CPU (CPU0)

Unread postby angila » Wed Jan 21, 2009 8:18 pm


Why "top" command its showing only 1 CPU (CPU0).

Actually that’s not CPU0 ... it's the average value over all CPU(s) as top
explicit shows. To toggle the display mode to show all CPUs separately
press '1'. and 'h' shows all available commands....

OR

Find Linux CPU utilization using mpstat and other tools (#mpstat -P ALL  Will show all processors utilization)
Please note that you need to install special package called sysstat to take advantage of above commands.
This package includes system performance tools for Linux (Red Hat Linux / RHEL includes these tools by default).
Step by step guide below..

http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/how-do-i- ... ation.html

http://www.computing.net/answers/linux/ ... 28483.html
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Re: Linux - Why "top" command its showing only 1 CPU (CPU0)

Unread postby gopi_kolagani » Fri Jan 23, 2009 10:44 pm

hai anjila,

i want to install oracle 10g on a server which is having linux version 5 could u help me out

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