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- --On Wednesday, January 30, 2008 19:42:57 -0500 Glen Barber 
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Wednesday 30 January 2008 05:55:35 pm Hub Support wrote:
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>> Is there some way of find out what process is using up all the CPU?
>>
> This may seem obvious, but I have to ask:  Did you try 'top' ?

Actually, figured out that top does show threads, but killed off all the 
processes using >1 thread, and the thread process continued to run a % of CPU 
... so was hoping there was something else that I might try ...

thanks though, I had tried top, but it wasn't until after I sent this that I 
noticed the 'THR' column ...

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