[Spread-users] main concern on High CPU utilization
sandeep.jeevan at vnl.in
Mon Mar 9 00:16:18 EDT 2009
Sorry for not correctly identifying the things said to me .
I am using monta vista (operating system ) running on power P.C architecture
But is it going to have any concern regarding the CPU utilization on that particular architecture.
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From: Christopher Browne [mailto:cbbrowne at ca.afilias.info]
Sent: Saturday, March 07, 2009 12:37 AM
To: Sandeep Jeevan
Cc: John Lane Schultz; spread-users at lists.spread.org
Subject: Re: [Spread-users] main concern on High CPU utilization
Sandeep Jeevan <sandeep.jeevan at vnl.in> writes:
>I am using the Power PC operating system (with Motorola processor)
Are you certain that's the case?
PowerPC is usually the term used to describes a RISC CPU architecture
produced by a joint venture of Apple, IBM, and Motorola. Common
operating systems known to run on it are:
d) Most flavours of BSD (NetBSD, FreeBSD. OpenBSD)
e) Windows NT 3.51 + 4.0
There are also a number of Real Time OSes that run on it, such as QNX,
VxWorks eCOS, and OS-9.
I have only ever previously heard "Power PC" used to indicate a
hardware architecture, NOT an operating system.
I'd think it highly likely that you're actually running one of the
operating systems I listed, and correctly identifying the operating
system seems entirely likely to be significant in diagnosing what
inefficiency you are encountering.
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