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Bug 63986 - Need way to determine CPU load
Need way to determine CPU load
Product: eCos
Classification: Retired
Component: Other (Show other bugs)
i386 Linux
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Reported: 2002-04-23 04:23 EDT by Jesper Skov
Modified: 2007-04-18 12:42 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 2003-06-20 12:14:57 EDT
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Description Jesper Skov 2002-04-23 04:23:07 EDT
We need some simple way to determine available CPU resources when doing
something like serial tests. Presently, all I can say is that at <baudrate X> it
starts falling apart.

Would be nice if I could say that, at <baudrate X> CPU utilization is >100%
explaining the boards inability to run at this baudrate. At <baudrate X-1> the
CPU utilization is 70% leaving little room to application processing...

You get the idea. Would be nice to have in other situations too - such as
recently when I worked on playmepeg stuff and thought the board was really slow.
Turned out the demo was holding back in attempt to match sync. A CPU load
readout would have saved me some time in that situation.
Comment 1 George Thomas 2002-04-23 08:21:31 EDT
Maybe the techniques used for the network tests (look at nc6_test_slave) would
be useful here.  They establish a background load level using some number of
computationally intensive threads, along with being able to measure the actual
idle-ness of the processor.
Comment 2 Jonathan Larmour 2002-04-24 07:34:03 EDT
More relevant is the stuff that Andrew Lunn wrote for CPU usage as per
Comment 3 Alex Schuilenburg 2003-06-20 12:14:57 EDT
This bug has moved to http://bugs.ecos.sourceware.org/show_bug.cgi?id=63986

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