apt-get not use 100% of either cpu, disk, or network -- or even close to it? Even on a slow system (Raspberry Pi 2+) I'm getting at most 30% CPU load. I'm just thinking that either it's being artificially throttled, or it should max out something while it's working ... or it should be able to do its thing faster than it does.
Edit: I'm just measuring roughly via cpu/disk/net monitors in my panel, and the System Monitor app of Ubuntu MATE.
Please explain why I'm wrong. :-)
Update: I understand that
apt-get needs to fetch its updates (and may be limited by upstream/provider bandwidth). But once it's "unpacking" and so on, the CPU usage should at least go up (if not max out). On my fairly decent home workstation, which uses an SSD for its main drive, and a ramdisk for /tmp, this is not the case.
Or maybe I need to take a closer look.