Hi,

when I run 'top -CSs1', not all processes appear at the list:

last pid: 37117; load averages: 0.43, 0.40, 0.34
up 3+14:16:57 11:06:15
96 processes: 5 running, 70 sleeping, 21 waiting
CPU states: 48.9% user, 0.0% nice, 48.9% system, 0.8% interrupt, 1.5%
idle
Mem: 283M Active, 1394M Inact, 209M Wired, 30M Cache, 112M Buf, 82M Free
Swap: 2048M Total, 2048M Free

PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE C TIME CPU COMMAND
11 root 1 171 52 0K 8K RUN 0 60.0H 53.27% idle: cpu0
33 root 1 -68 -187 0K 8K WAIT 0 24:21 0.39% irq21: xl0
901 nobody 5 102 0 221M 210M RUN 0 25.2H 0.00% ntop
13 root 1 -32 -151 0K 8K WAIT 0 13:05 0.00% swi4:
clock sio
47 root 1 20 0 0K 8K syncer 0 5:33 0.00% syncer
[...]

Is there a way to get ntop to display all processes and (for the example
above) reveal what is causing another 45% of CPU usage?

Thanks, Helmut

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