Subject: CPU states
To: None <>
From: Petar Bogdanovic <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 04/05/2006 22:31:34

is there another way then top(1) to get the following line?

CPU states: 1.0% user, 3.9% nice, 5.9% system, 28.4% interrupt, 60.8% idle

I don't know why, but if I want to get it over top(1) piped into 
grep(1), I have to use 'top -d2'. Basically that's ok, but maybe there 
is a better way?

Thank you & with kind regards,

Petar Bogdanovic