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  • us - Time spent in user space
  • sy - Time spent in kernel space
  • ni - Time spent running niced user processes (User defined priority)
  • id - Time spent in idle operations
  • wa - Time spent on waiting on IO peripherals (eg. disk)
  • hi - Time spent handling hardware interrupt routines. (Whenever a peripheral unit want attention form the CPU, it literally pulls a line, to signal the CPU to service it)
  • si - Time spent handling software interrupt routines. (a peacepiece of code, calls an interrupt routine...)
  • st - Time spent on involuntary waits by virtual cpu while hypervisor is servicing another processor (stolen from a virtual machine)
  • us - Time spent in user space
  • sy - Time spent in kernel space
  • ni - Time spent running niced user processes (User defined priority)
  • id - Time spent in idle operations
  • wa - Time spent on waiting on IO peripherals (eg. disk)
  • hi - Time spent handling hardware interrupt routines. (Whenever a peripheral unit want attention form the CPU, it literally pulls a line, to signal the CPU to service it)
  • si - Time spent handling software interrupt routines. (a peace of code, calls an interrupt routine...)
  • st - Time spent on involuntary waits by virtual cpu while hypervisor is servicing another processor (stolen from a virtual machine)
  • us - Time spent in user space
  • sy - Time spent in kernel space
  • ni - Time spent running niced user processes (User defined priority)
  • id - Time spent in idle operations
  • wa - Time spent on waiting on IO peripherals (eg. disk)
  • hi - Time spent handling hardware interrupt routines. (Whenever a peripheral unit want attention form the CPU, it literally pulls a line, to signal the CPU to service it)
  • si - Time spent handling software interrupt routines. (a piece of code, calls an interrupt routine...)
  • st - Time spent on involuntary waits by virtual cpu while hypervisor is servicing another processor (stolen from a virtual machine)
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  • us - Time spent in user space
  • sy - Time spent in kernel space
  • ni - Time spent running niced user processes (User defined priority)
  • id - Time spent in idle operations
  • wa - Time spent on waiting on IO peripherals (eg. disk)
  • hi - Time spent handling hardware interrupt routines. (Whenever a peripheral unit want to get attention form the CPU, it literally pulls a line, to signal the CPU to service it)
  • si - Time spent handling software interrupt routines. (a peace of code, calls an interrupt routine...)
  • st - Time spent on involuntary waits by virtual cpu while hypervisor is servicing another processor (stolen from a virtual machine)
  • us - Time spent in user space
  • sy - Time spent in kernel space
  • ni - Time spent running niced user processes (User defined priority)
  • id - Time spent in idle operations
  • wa - Time spent on waiting on IO peripherals (eg. disk)
  • hi - Time spent handling hardware interrupt routines. (Whenever a peripheral unit want to get attention form the CPU, it literally pulls a line, to signal the CPU to service it)
  • si - Time spent handling software interrupt routines. (a peace of code, calls an interrupt routine...)
  • st - Time spent on involuntary waits by virtual cpu while hypervisor is servicing another processor (stolen from a virtual machine)
  • us - Time spent in user space
  • sy - Time spent in kernel space
  • ni - Time spent running niced user processes (User defined priority)
  • id - Time spent in idle operations
  • wa - Time spent on waiting on IO peripherals (eg. disk)
  • hi - Time spent handling hardware interrupt routines. (Whenever a peripheral unit want attention form the CPU, it literally pulls a line, to signal the CPU to service it)
  • si - Time spent handling software interrupt routines. (a peace of code, calls an interrupt routine...)
  • st - Time spent on involuntary waits by virtual cpu while hypervisor is servicing another processor (stolen from a virtual machine)
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  • us - Time spent in user space
  • sy - Time spent in kernel space
  • ni - Time spent running niced user processes (User defined priority)
  • id - Time spent in idle operations
  • wa - Time spent on waiting on IO peripherals (eg. disk)
  • hi - Time spent handling hardware interrupt routines. (Whenever a peripheral unit want to get attention form the CPU, it literally pulls a line, to signal the CPU to service it)
  • si - Time spent handling software interrupt routines. (a peace of code, calls an interrupt routine...)
  • st - Time in spent on involuntary waits by virtual cpu while hypervisor is servicing another processor (stolen from a virtual machine)
  • us - Time spent in user space
  • sy - Time spent in kernel space
  • ni - Time spent running niced user processes (User defined priority)
  • id - Time spent in idle operations
  • wa - Time spent on waiting on IO peripherals (eg. disk)
  • hi - Time spent handling hardware interrupt routines. (Whenever a peripheral unit want to get attention form the CPU, it literally pulls a line, to signal the CPU to service it)
  • si - Time spent handling software interrupt routines. (a peace of code, calls an interrupt routine...)
  • st - Time in spent on involuntary waits by virtual cpu while hypervisor is servicing another processor (stolen from a virtual machine)
  • us - Time spent in user space
  • sy - Time spent in kernel space
  • ni - Time spent running niced user processes (User defined priority)
  • id - Time spent in idle operations
  • wa - Time spent on waiting on IO peripherals (eg. disk)
  • hi - Time spent handling hardware interrupt routines. (Whenever a peripheral unit want to get attention form the CPU, it literally pulls a line, to signal the CPU to service it)
  • si - Time spent handling software interrupt routines. (a peace of code, calls an interrupt routine...)
  • st - Time spent on involuntary waits by virtual cpu while hypervisor is servicing another processor (stolen from a virtual machine)
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