Re: System Monitor remains busy for 15 - 20 minutes after startup



Hi!

On 18/02/2010 17:24, Ashish Vijaywargiya wrote:
Hello Raseel,

Here is the output of top& ps command:

top:
http://img696.imageshack.us/img696/2622/topdj.png

ps:
ashish@ashish:~$ ps
PID TTY TIME CMD
6511 pts/1 00:00:00 bash
6528 pts/1 00:00:00 ps
ashish@ashish:~$

On this shot, your system is much less loaded than on your previous with
just the system monitor.

Also, your ps... only gives your processes.

You need to show "ps -ef"... maybe dump that result to a file and send
the content of the full file...

Gilles



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