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I have used both uptime and cat /proc/uptime commands. I know the idle time in the later can be greater than running time (multiprocessors). However, when I add both running and idle times, and … compare it to the uptime (5:30 hrs) they are not equal. I assume it's because the uptime returns the real time and the cat /proc/uptime returns processor(s) time. Short things clear, I want to know the …
asked Jan 21 '14 by Atieh