On 21-Sep-00 Jose M. Alcaide wrote:
> This happens with freshly built -CURRENT, on an uniprocessor machine:
> 
> $ cat loop.c
> main() { while (1); }
> $ time ./loop
>    [ wait for ten seconds... ]
> ^C
> real    0m9.982s
> user    0m0.000s
> sys     0m5.689s
> 
> Uh? Other utilities, such as top(1) and systat(1) show that 100% of time
> is accounted to the system. I imagine that this is related to SMPng...

Yes.  This is a FAQ.  The accounting is screwed up, and some of the
statistics are wrong.  Your system is scheduling processes close enough
to normal that you shouldn't have any problems.

> Any clues?
> 
> Cheers,
> -- JMA

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