On Mar 26, 2010, at 1:25 PM, Brice Goglin wrote:
> The reason was that the "phys" attribute is mostly useless for anything
> but Proc and NUMANode.
> Current other differences when adding -v are:
> * "Proc" if -v instead of "P"
I like "Proc" instead of "P" even for the non-v output. :-)
> * print local memory size
Is the Machine memory size supposed to agree between the two outputs, or does the -v output roll up some sizes together?
Machine (phys=0 local=4039640KB total=4039640KB)
I'm obviously good with -v having more information. I guess my reaction was because it wasn't just *more* information -- the *same* information was in a different format, and that struck me as weird.
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