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The algorithm seems to use floor, not integral part. Is this correct, according to the (math) definition of integer division?
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I would like to know if there is any way to calculate system wide CPU utilization in python on solaris. I got the way to calculate utilization on solaris for a process but not system wide CU utilization calculation. For linux there are methods which make use pf /etc/proc file. Is there any similar way present for solaris. If not, I would appriciate if anyone will tell me why this support is not there. Is there any specific reason for not providing this functionality.
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