Host CPU Table
The Host CPU Table displays information about each host's processors.
The Host CPU Table has the following columns:
|The index into the host table.
|A unique value for each CPU within a host.
|The number of CPU ticks that have occurred. A tick is 1/100th of a second. Linux® uses the term jiffy for this amount of time.
|The number of ticks where the CPU is not doing anything (that is, running the idle task).
|Non-idle ticks represent time that the CPU is either in user or system mode.
|The average, as calculated over the last minute, of the utilization percentage for the processor. Commands such as top show the average utilization for shorter periods of time, such as only the last three seconds.