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strange `systat -w 1 vmstat` results...



Hi;
	I have a weird `systat -w 1 vmstat` result that the total interrupts 
displayed under "Int" (> 2100) is much larger than that displayed under 
"Interrupts"(104). Moreover, there is no Trap number, (assumed zero?) and the 
Soft interrupt is quite high (888). A snapshot of the console output is as 
follows:

    4 users    Load  1.13  1.15  1.09                  Mon Oct 27 00:13:58 
2003

          memory totals (in KB)              PAGING   SWAPPING     Interrupts
         real   virtual    free               in  out   in  out      104 total
Active  11188     12852    1808      ops                              8 wgcom0
All     23352     25016  256140      pages                           18 fxp0
                                                                        		
											pciide0
Proc:r  d  s  w    Csw   Trp   Sys   Int   Sof  Flt       forks      20 vino0
     1     8        41         485  2125   888   27       fkppw      19 vino1
	                                                              fksvm  20 vino2
   1.8% Sys   1.8% User  96.4% Nice   0.0% Idle           pwait      19 vino3
|    |    |    |    |    |    |    |    |    |    |       relck
=>------------------------------------------------        rlkok
                                                          noram
Namei         Sys-cache    Proc-cache    No-cache         ndcpy
    Calls     hits    %    hits     %    miss   %         fltcp
                                                          zfod
                                                          cow
Discs  wd0                                            128 fmin
seeks                                                 170 ftarg
xfers                                                1177 itarg
Kbyte                                                  47 wired
  sec                                                     pdfre
                                                          pdscn

	Any comment is appreciated.

Thanks,
TEH



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