I have a piece of computer hardware in my lab that is running an Intel Celeron CPU with 300 MHz and 128k bytes of secondary cache. The hardware documentation says it's running an real time operating system (RTOS) called pSOS (Portable Software On Silicon). I wanted to measure what is the load on the CPU to know if I can load more stuff into it.
Because this is legacy hardware, I am having a hard time trying to find any information or guide on how to measure CPU usage for this chip.
My best guess is that I can do that using TELNET and the correct command to read CPU usage and memory allocation. I can already TELNET to the CPU and by using the
help command I get a list of commands. The problem is, I have no idea what is the exact command I have to type in order to read that kind of info. And I am afraid to mess up the CPU.
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