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revised Why is the “top” command showing a CPU usage of 799%?
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comment Why is the “top” command showing a CPU usage of 799%?
Thanks. I used htop and output is given above.
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comment Why is the “top” command showing a CPU usage of 799%?
@IgnacioVazquez-Abrams, that I really don't know. How to find that ?
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comment Why is the “top” command showing a CPU usage of 799%?
@DanielBeck, yah because I code it. And a simple java code.
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comment Why is the “top” command showing a CPU usage of 799%?
@Renan, I am running it on single thread.
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accepted How to get the number of physical disks in Linux?
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comment How to get the number of physical disks in Linux?
I am trying to find a disk that I think is already there.
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comment How to get the number of physical disks in Linux?
Actually, this question is motivated by stackoverflow.com/questions/11744730/…. I want to know actually, how many separate disk systems are in our server machine. (Tomas Answer).