Two Mercurial checkouts, running simultaneously on a dual-core CPU:
last pid: 77599; load averages: 0.70, 0.54, 0.52 up 0+02:54:39 05:07:06 73 processes: 1 running, 71 sleeping, 1 zombie CPU states: 17.3% user, 0.0% nice, 11.5% system, 1.9% interrupt, 69.2% idle Mem: 178M Active, 83M Inact, 152M Wired, 2604K Cache, 59M Buf, 69M Free Swap: 2300M Total, 52K Used, 2300M Free PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE C TIME CPU COMMAND 77087 keramida 1 -8 0 24324K 19756K piperd 0 0:07 13.09% python 77316 keramida 1 -8 0 16148K 11944K biord 1 0:04 13.09% python
This is a snapshot of the top(1) utility, running on a single CPU, dual-core FreeBSD system with SMP support. Note how each Python process has been scheduled to a different CPU core, and ‘idle’ reports the aggregate idle time of both CPU cores.
1. One of these Mercurial processes is running the
bisect extension of Mercurial, on a converted (from CVS to Hg) repository of GNU Emacs, checking out the next batch of changes which I’m about to build-test.
The GNU Emacs repository contains now more than 80,000 changesets for around 2,500 files.
2. The other one is pulling changesets over SSH from the OpenSolaris “onnv-gate” repository, which Sun kindly makes available for everyone’s free use at:
The onnv-gate repository contains now a little over 6,200 changesets for more than 39,000 files.