On Sunday,  8 October 2000 at  7:51:20 +0000, attila! wrote:
>   -- ps -ax --
>
>     0  ??  DLs    0:00.40  (swapper)
>     1  ??  ILs    0:00.07  /sbin/init --
>     2  ??  DL     0:04.23  (pagedaemon)
>     3  ??  DL     0:00.65  (vmdaemon)
>     4  ??  DL     0:00.70  (bufdaemon)
>     5  ??  DL     0:44.85  (syncer)
>    10  ??  RL  4986:29.70  (idle)
>    11  ??  WL     5:43.86  (softinterrupt)
>    12  ??  DL    24:58.44  (random)
>    13  ??  WL     0:05.88  (irq10: ahc0)
>    14  ??  WL     0:00.00  (irq11: dc0)
>    15  ??  WL     0:14.91  (irq1: atkbd0)
>    16  ??  WL     0:46.60  (irq12: psm0)
>    17  ??  WL     0:00.00  (irq6: fdc0)
>    18  ??  WL     0:00.08  (irq7: ppc0)
>    19  ??  WL     3:19.82  (irq0: clk)
>    20  ??  RL     5:43.47  (irq8: rtc)
>
>   What is process 10?

It's the idle process.

>   Is this literally a representation of the CPU idle time
>   accumulation for the 85 hours since boot?

Yes.

>   Despite the enormous time burn on 'idle' it does not show on
>   'top'.

Yes, that didn't seem to make sense.

Greg
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