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cpu readings

I have attached a truncated output from process history command..

Queries-

a) The most recent reading on left side is the first row or second row

b)If we look at right corner, the time goes to 65-70( minutes i believe). How is it that it goes beyond 60 mins.What does that signify?

Please advise.Thanks.

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Re: cpu readings

Hello Sunny,

a) leftmost column should be time 0 = now

b) simply means the software routine that plots the graph draws more then 60 columns there are no plotted samples above minute 60.

There is a third graph with last 72 hours at the end of the show

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: cpu readings

Hello Sunny,

a) leftmost column should be time 0 = now

b) simply means the software routine that plots the graph draws more then 60 columns there are no plotted samples above minute 60.

There is a third graph with last 72 hours at the end of the show

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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