I have a quick question: my CPU is running as follows:
CPU utilization for five seconds: 79%/73%; one minute: 43%; five minutes: 27%
So why is it, when I add up the 5 sec % from all of the processes used, it equals 1.55%? What is using the other 77.45%, because frankly that seems like somewhat more important. Or is it that I am reading it wrong, and that they are not the same thing?
All the documentation that I've found so far relates to finding the process that's using the most CPU (seems sensible), and diagnosing from there. But my highest is 0.79% spanning-treee.
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