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Travis,

You can press 1 to see the processor break down in the upper portion of the window when top is running.  (You may need to press T first if you have been using other keys.)

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On Mar 24, 2008, at 5:02 PM, Waldher, Travis R wrote:

There was a day you could view the individual CPU’s.
 
Has this feature been removed in RHEL5?
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