On 26 May 2014 11:51, Ed Maste <ema...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> The change in the patch is good, the new behaviour is much more
> usable. Note that we don't currently define "idle" in top(8); for
> this change maybe we should just state that non-idle processes may
> report 0% CPU due to rounding.
That said, I've discovered an issue with the change after using it a
bit more, when using -I on the command line. (Previously I only tried
it by pressing I in interactive mode.) With the change top -I lists
all processes at first (which is a little annoying), but it renders -I
ineffective when used with -b (batch mode).
What do you think about this additional change, so that we use the
previous 0% idleness test for the first iteration of the list:
if (oldp == NULL)
- return (pp->ki_runtime != 0);
+ return (pp->ki_pctcpu != 0);
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