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PRs for manpage 'top(1)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'top(1)' as of Fri Apr 18 07:39:43 2014 UTC. See notes.


PRs for manpage 'top(1)':
SSubmittedTrackerResp.Description
o2013/10/20bin/183135top(1) doesn't show results of swapon while running, only swapoff
o2013/09/18bin/182204top(1) is using wrong word when viewing threads
o2013/07/31bin/180961[patch] top(1): Fix top command format when JID with 4 characters is displayed
o2013/04/14bin/177860top(1) does not show time units when time > 999 days.
o2012/11/28bin/173973rpaulo[patch] 'not function' for user display for top(1)
o2010/01/17docs/142917arundel[patch] top(1) man page does not include information about VCSW and IVCSW
o2009/10/07bin/139389[patch] Change top(1) to display thread IDs
o2009/01/11docs/130364arundelMan page for top(1) needs explanation of CPU states
o2009/01/10bin/130343top(1): kvm_open: cannot open /proc/42997/mem corrupts screen output
o2008/10/17kern/128177jeff[sched_ule] wrong CPU usage reported by top(1)/ps(1) with SCHED_ULE
o2008/09/25bin/127633edwin[patch] Update top(1) to 3.8b1
o2007/11/29docs/118332arundelman page for top(1) does not describe STATE column wait events
o2006/11/26bin/105860top(1) user ID misalignment in mixer username/uid mode
o2006/09/02bin/102793edwin[patch] [request] top(1): display feature of current CPU frequency
o2005/11/30bin/89762edwin[patch] top(1) startup is very slow on system with many users
o2004/10/30kern/73328edwin[patch] top(1) shows NICE as -111 on processes started by idprio
o2004/02/28bin/63489top(1) finger(1) segfault when using NIS groups to restrict logins
o2002/12/04bin/45990top(1) dumps core if specific errors in password file
o2002/07/31bin/41213top(1) blocks if NIS-related entries in passwd(5) are in a certain order
19 problems total.


Notes

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