Re: sched_yield() version 2.4.24
From: Chris Friesen
Date: Tue Mar 30 2004 - 12:00:18 EST
Richard B. Johnson wrote:
Anybody know why a task that does:
Shows 100% CPU utiliization when there are other tasks that
are actually getting the CPU?
What do the other tasks show for cpu in top?
Maybe it's an artifact of the timer-based process sampling for cpu
utilization, and it just happens to be running when the timer interrupt
fires, so it keeps getting billed?
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