From: Paul Sladen (vserver_at_paul.sladen.org)
Date: Tue 20 Aug 2002 - 02:37:39 BST
On Mon, 19 Aug 2002, support wrote:
> CTX# PROC QTY VSZ RSS userTIME sysTIME UPTIME NAME
> 0 47 128Mb 9Kb 3d06h30 10h40m10 27d04h25 root server
> 1 2 3Mb 522b m25.06 m39.27 1h49m10 monitoring server
Looking at the first column ("CTX#"), normal vservers have Context numbers
bigger than 1. Contexts 0 and 1 are special and `running' all the time:
ctx 0 is the host server
ctx 1 is a special context that can `see' everything, if you change
to this context using the `chcontext' command and run `ps' or
`top' you'll be able to see everything that is happening in all
the vservers and the host server at the same time.
Nothing normally runs in this context 1 and you can ignore it
if you want. You can only get to this Context from the host-
server (Context 0).
Don't be alarmed.
-- Nottingham, GB