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Dual CPU
Authored by: yrn1 on Feb 19, '03 10:46:26AM

Just run yes > /dev/null twice (in two terminals or put one in background (CTRL-Z bg) and start another)

If you just run one, it will keep 1 CPU fully occupied. I wonder why it keeps on switching between the two CPUs though (which is why they both seem to be at 50%). This is not very optimized, since switching CPU has some overhead.



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