I don't think it's an accounting bug, my guess is there is an issue in
the kernel.

Have you checked the output of dmesg? Anything unusual? Any issues
accessing locally mounted file systems?

Instead of upgrading, have you considered rebooting? :)

-Patrick

On 15/03/2008, Grant Peel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Ivan,
>
>  Checked top, it does not have the 'S' option.
>
>  Guess its time to upgrade ... (???)
>
>
>  -Grant
>
>
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>  Subject: Re: Load Averages
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