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Format the load average of a linux server using php?

Hello

I'm using the below code to display the load of my linux server.

$info = file_get_contents('/proc/loadavg');

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I'd like to format the result which is this: (changes per load of course)  0.71 0.54 0.54 1/78 31161

I'd even be fine with knowing what each number means since then I can just add what each means (each set, I notice is separated by a space) above the printed result.

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Rob
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Thanks santoshmotwani, but I've its not the output, I have that down correct.  I actually came across that post prior to posting here.

I need to know either what each set of numbers refers to, or how to format them differently to show up better then 5 sets of numbers.

Thanks
Rob
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