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    /proc/loadavg

    Hope I have the right section.

    When you do cat /proc/loadavg and for eg say the one minute load average is

    .50

    Is that the actual load average or does it need to be divided by the amount of cores?



    I have searched the net and get different answers
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    Hi

    Its the total load. same as if you look at top or w

    Thanks

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    Hello,

    Yes, you do not have to divide it by the number of cores ! Have a good day !
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    Thanks Guys/Gals
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    You are entirely welcome !
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