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comment Varnish Cache - default TTL?
Where did you find the default template?
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revised How can I get combined CPU usage for all CPUs in one line on Linux?
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comment How can I get combined CPU usage for all CPUs in one line on Linux?
Does anyone know how to get sar to show CPU utilization over the last second that has already passed, so this program won't block for the duration while it calculates the numbers?
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comment How can I get combined CPU usage for all CPUs in one line on Linux?
Part of the question was to actually get a utility that would output CPU utilization either per-CPU, or average over all CPUs. sar does this.
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answered How can I get combined CPU usage for all CPUs in one line on Linux?
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comment How can I get combined CPU usage for all CPUs in one line on Linux?
Load average will increase as disk I/O increases, and I need more granular information about that. In my situation it's more important to know overall CPU utilization rather than how many CPUs are pegged at 100%.
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comment How can I get combined CPU usage for all CPUs in one line on Linux?
The CPU1 10% isn't real output. I'm saying that you can get something equivalent to that output from one of the many CPU utilization utilities in Linux.
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comment How can I get combined CPU usage for all CPUs in one line on Linux?
A long line is fine. I want to put this in to tmux so it will periodically show average CPU consumption.