Since LVS is working in the kernel, there is no process
actually associate with it, so that the CPU usage is not
being reported. In normal operation, kernel is working
on behalf a process or a group of processes. That is
not true for LVS kernel, which is acting in the kernel and
no process associated to it.
At 03:25 PM 8/15/00 -0400, Joseph Mack wrote:
>On Tue, 15 Aug 2000, Wayne wrote:
>> The tool and vmstat command are all looking into the
>> proc structures and adding the values together.
>> However, the CPU usage in the kernel was not
>> being added. That is why all the tools report zero
>> CPU usage.
>Top reports (among other things) system and user usage.
>I had assumed that was kernel and userland. Am I wrong?
>Joseph Mack mack@xxxxxxxxxxx