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Re: Java and ps - NPTL?



I think you're the only one :) What does "top" say?

On Mon, 23 Feb 2004, Brian Krahmer wrote:

> I run a large java application that uses a lot of processing time.  I know
> this, because I also run it on Windows.  However, 'ps' does not seem to
> catch this fact.  If my app is running for a day, which would use many
> minutes of processing time, ps usually reports 0:00 or 0:01 total processing
> time.  Java on 2.4 did not do this, so I'm thinking it's an NPTL thing, or
> maybe procps.  I've looked around for discussions about this topic, but
> couldn't find anything.  Does anyone else know if this is a bug, and if it's
> already in bugzilla?  Or am I the only one seeing this?

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