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Why is the range of load average not 0-1+ for all cpu's together?

I know that load average is 0-1(or 0-1024) per cpu. E.g a busy quad-core can have a load average of 4.0 or higher. (e.g if there are many tasks). I understand it can be huge like 100+ etc. I also ...
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Why is load average being reported as 0.00 though system is busy doing work?

uptime, top, cat /proc/loadavg all reporting load averages for the last 1/5/15 minutes as 0.00, but the system is definitely busy doing work. Why is this? Server is running Red Hat Enterprise Linux ...
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Questions about CPU usage [closed]

How bad/normal/good is this CPU usage? Cpu0 : 14.4%us, 6.3%sy, 0.0%ni, 78.8%id, 0.0%wa, 0.0%hi, 0.5%si, 0.0%st Cpu1 : 88.3%us, 8.0%sy, 0.0%ni, 0.0%id, 0.0%wa, 0.0%hi, 3.7%si, 0.0%st ...
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File to access for CPU load average on AIX

Is there a file with the load average in it on AIX? I'm looking for something like Linux's /proc/loadavg.
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Top show high CPU on process but idle on load average [duplicate]

I am running FreePBX on DigitalOcean VM. I am facing some call dropping issue in Asterisk. When looking at "htop", "top" and FreePBX GUI, I see different results of CPU utilization and can't ...
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Openvz resource management

I have a couple of nodes ( which are not mine ) running one openvz kernel version -2.6.32-042stab092.2 specifications : processor model name : E5-2620 0 @ 2.00GHz Number of Processors : 24 RAM : 48G ...
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kvm_open: cannot open /proc

I have 100+ boxes running FreeBSD 8.4 amd64 RELEASE (p9) with the same configuration. And only one of them sometimes behaves strangely: load average (generally 4~6, it's ok course box have 8 CPU ...
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Is an LXC guest load average the same as the host's load average?

If I run top on the guest, the load average values seem to be exactly the same as running top on the host. Is a Docker (LXC) guest's load average the same as the host's load average?
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Why/how does “uptime” show CPU load >1?

I have a 1 core CPU installed on my PC. Sometimes, uptime shows load >1. How is this possible and what does this mean? EDIT: The values go up to 2.4
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Check what process is spiking the average load with atop

In trying to find the culprit of a high load average on a system during night (which does not seem to be related to logrotate) I installed atop to write a raw file with a specific interval. While ...