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Old 2015-12-24, 12:03   #1
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Default should cpu activity be 100% for LL tests


I runnning 4 workers doing LL first times but the system monitor only reports
about 3% CPU activity for each core.

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Old 2015-12-24, 14:50   #2
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Looking at that screenshot, it looks like mprime is paused based on the line "Hit enter to continue:" that's showing up in the terminal.
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Old 2015-12-24, 15:30   #3
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	     Main Menu

	 1.  Test/Primenet
	 2.  Test/Worker threads
	 3.  Test/Status
	 4.  Test/Continue
	 5.  Test/Exit
You need to select option 4 for the work to actually commence. If you want to skip the menu, merely running mprime without the -m option (or mprime -d if you want screen output) will suffice. (I only run mprime on my server, where I keep it running as `./mprime -d` in a screen instance.)
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