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UNIX, HP-UX, B.11.11, CPU utilization

Posted on 2008-10-09
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Last Modified: 2013-12-06
My question and 'very simple, speaking of Unix platforms. and 'possible side user with a program, use a cause of the cpu so':

 date             time       us sy id
09/10/2008 04:40:57 1 10 88
09/10/2008 04:45:51 2 5 94
09/10/2008 04:50:44 3 5 92
09/10/2008 04:55:38 3 15 82
09/10/2008 05:00:31 2 6 92       <-------    
09/10/2008 05:05:26 1 99 0       <------- sys rises to 99
09/10/2008 05:13:52 4 96 0
09/10/2008 05:22:41 5 95 0
09/10/2008 05:31:36 6 94 0
09/10/2008 05:40:56 4 95 0
09/10/2008 05:49:59 9 91 0
09/10/2008 05:59:09 5 95 0
09/10/2008 06:08:18 6 94 0

I think that the problem is to be found in the kernel, or not?
Question by:dario_V
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In practice I wonder if the user can generate a similar situation, I think that the problem is to search in the OS kernel bug

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