Process Statistics for LinuxRelated.Net Linux Server

Blocked Processes indicate processes which are waiting for resources (disk or network I/O, etc.). Processes in the run queue indicate more processes than the CPU can handle. Non-Zero values for either are undesirable.

The statistics were last updated Saturday, 3 May 2003 at 17:30,
at which time the device had been up for 15 day(s).
`Daily' Graph (5 Minute Average)
day
Max   Blocked Processes: 2 B/s Average   Blocked Processes: 1 B/s Current   Blocked Processes: 0 B/s
Max   Run Queue: 0 B/s Average   Run Queue: 0 B/s Current   Run Queue: 0 B/s

`Weekly' Graph (30 Minute Average)
week
Max   Blocked Processes: 4 B/s Average   Blocked Processes: 0 B/s Current   Blocked Processes: 0 B/s
Max   Run Queue: 1 B/s Average   Run Queue: 0 B/s Current   Run Queue: 0 B/s

`Monthly' Graph (2 Hour Average)
month
Max   Blocked Processes: 5 B/s Average   Blocked Processes: 0 B/s Current   Blocked Processes: 0 B/s
Max   Run Queue: 3 B/s Average   Run Queue: 0 B/s Current   Run Queue: 0 B/s

`Yearly' Graph (1 Day Average)
year
Max   Blocked Processes: 5 B/s Average   Blocked Processes: 0 B/s Current   Blocked Processes: 0 B/s
Max   Run Queue: 3 B/s Average   Run Queue: 0 B/s Current   Run Queue: 0 B/s


GREEN ### Number of Blocked Processes
BLUE ### Number of Processes in Run Queue
DARK GREEN### Maximal Blocked Processes
MAGENTA### Maximal Processes in Run Queue



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