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RE: a way to read the current cpu load from the shell or via acmdlineutility in cygwin?
- From: Igor Pechtchanski <pechtcha at cs dot nyu dot edu>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 12:07:54 -0400 (EDT)
- Subject: RE: a way to read the current cpu load from the shell or via acmdlineutility in cygwin?
On Thu, 25 Jul 2002, Richard Campbell wrote:
> >for owner, used SYSTEM instead of default root
> I'm not sure this matters.
Me neither. I have a 'root' user, anyway... :-)
> >install script did not move the executable into the proper directory:
> I tracked this down to the file generated being /usr/local/bin/top.exe,
> and then the script tries to change /usr/local/bin/top.
Yep, it's in the FAQ.
> I also had to change the PROC_SUPER_MAGIC number to 0x001F, which I
> suspect is due to me running on NT4.0 on an NTFS partition (alternately,
> it could be because the system drive is FAT).
> -Richard Campbell.
The value of PROC_SUPER_MAGIC was derived by an experiment on my system.
Maybe someone more knowledgeable in how this value is produced can help
come up with a portable solution.
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