[CoLoCo] Odd load for sleep mode
nerdynick at gmail.com
Tue Sep 2 06:38:37 BST 2008
I could see the uptime increasing in Sleep but not in hibernate.
Seeing as sleeping just spins down the drives and temp stores the
memory. It however is still alive and running on a small amount of
power. Where Hibernate actual powers down everything. If I understand
the difference its how fast are you looking to turn your computer back
on vs how much power you need to save, or incase of laptops if your
moving from one location to another.
As for the load right after I can see that being it working on pulling
everything of the hard drive and sticking it back in memory.
Correct me if I'm wrong on my assumptions of the differences between
Hibernate and Sleep.
On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 8:09 PM, Jim Hutchinson <jim at ubuntu-rocks.org> wrote:
> I am playing with Ubuntu on an eee 901 model. I got most things working
> today and put it to sleep. It was "sleeping" for about 6 hours after about 4
> hours of uptime. When I woke it, I checked the uptime to see how sleep
> affected it. What I got was:
> 20:04:40 up 10:03, 2 users, load average: 9.39, 3.37, 2.85
> In the past, the uptime usually didn't include the time it was sleeping so
> I'm not sure which is the correct behavior. However, how could the load be
> over 9 after having just woken up?
> Any thoughts?
> Jim (Ubuntu geek extraordinaire)
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