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- * Top - a top users display for Berkeley Unix
- * Definitions for things that might vary between installations.
- * The space command forces an immediate update. Sometimes, on loaded
- * systems, this update will take a significant period of time (because all
- * the output is buffered). So, if the short-term load average is above
- * "LoadMax", then top will put the cursor home immediately after the space
- * is pressed before the next update is attempted. This serves as a visual
- * acknowledgement of the command. On Suns, "LoadMax" will get multiplied by
- * "FSCALE" before being compared to avenrun. Therefore, "LoadMax"
- * should always be specified as a floating point number.
-#define LoadMax %LoadMax%
- * "Table_size" defines the size of the hash tables used to map uid to
- * username. The number of users in /etc/passwd CANNOT be greater than
- * this number. If the error message "table overflow: too many users"
- * is printed by top, then "Table_size" needs to be increased. Things will
- * work best if the number is a prime number that is about twice the number
- * of lines in /etc/passwd.
-#define Table_size %TableSize%
- * "Nominal_TOPN" is used as the default TOPN when Default_TOPN is Infinity
- * and the output is a dumb terminal. If we didn't do this, then
- * installations who use a default TOPN of Infinity will get every
- * process in the system when running top on a dumb terminal (or redirected
- * to a file). Note that Nominal_TOPN is a default: it can still be
- * overridden on the command line, even with the value "infinity".
-#define Nominal_TOPN %NominalTopn%
-#define Default_TOPN %topn%
-#define Default_DELAY %delay%
- * If the local system's getpwnam interface uses random access to retrieve
- * a record (i.e.: 4.3 systems, Sun "yellow pages"), then defining
- * RANDOM_PW will take advantage of that fact. If RANDOM_PW is defined,
- * then getpwnam is used and the result is cached. If not, then getpwent
- * is used to read and cache the password entries sequentially until the
- * desired one is found.
- * We initially set RANDOM_PW to something which is controllable by the
- * Configure script. Then if its value is 0, we undef it.
-#define RANDOM_PW %random%
-#if RANDOM_PW == 0