I am having trouble running htop within an ansi-term in Emacs 24.2. It looks like some of the control characters are not interpreted correctly. I thought ansi-term was capable of handling font ...
I'm using htop in a centOS machine with 24 processors, each one has 6 cores. Only 24 CPUs show up, instead of 24x6=144. I read somewhere that htop is supposed to display information for each core. Do ...
I'm running the latest version of htop through Homebrew on the latest OSX. htop seems to work well on my terminal (either Terminal or iTerm), but: I'm unable to use Ctrl+n and Ctrl+p to move up and ...
From the screenshot above of htop output you can see that mysql is apparently using 204% of CPU usage (this is a CentOS server with dual quad-core Intel Xeons). However only one core (8) is doing ...