2014-01-23T12:16:32Z ARFF **Author**: **Source**: Unknown - **Please cite**: The Computer Activity databases are a collection of computer systems activity measures. The data was collected from a Sun Sparcstation 20/712 with 128 Mbytes of memory running in a multi-user university department. Users would typically be doing a large variety of tasks ranging from accessing the internet, editing files or running very cpu-bound programs. The data was collected continuously on two separate occasions. On both occassions, system activity was gathered every 5 seconds. The final dataset is taken from both occasions with equal numbers of observations coming from each collection epoch. System measures used: 1. lread - Reads (transfers per second ) between system memory and user memory. 2. lwrite - writes (transfers per second) between system memory and user memory. 3. scall - Number of system calls of all types per second. 4. sread - Number of system read calls per second. 5. swrite - Number of system write calls per second . 6. fork - Number of system fork calls per second. 7. exec - Number of system exec calls per second. 8. rchar - Number of characters transferred per second by system read calls. 9. wchar - Number of characters transfreed per second by system write calls. 10. pgout - Number of page out requests per second. 11. ppgout - Number of pages, paged out per second. 12. pgfree - Number of pages per second placed on the free list. 13. pgscan - Number of pages checked if they can be freed per second. 14. atch - Number of page attaches (satisfying a page fault by reclaiming a page in memory) per second. 15. pgin - Number of page-in requests per second. 16. ppgin - Number of pages paged in per second. 17. pflt - Number of page faults caused by protection errors (copy-on-writes). 18. vflt - Number of page faults caused by address translation. 19. runqsz - Process run queue size. 20. freemem - Number of memory pages available to user processes. 21. freeswap - Number of disk blocks available for page swapping. 22. usr - Portion of time (%) that cpus run in user mode. 23. sys - Portion of time (%) that cpus run in system mode. 24. wio - Portion of time (%) that cpus are idle waiting for block IO. 25. idle - Portion of time (%) that cpus are otherwise idle. The two different regression tasks obtained from these databases are: CompAct Predict usr, the portion of time that cpus run in user mode from all attributes 1-21. CompAct(s) Predict usr using a restricted number (excluding the paging information (10-18) Source: collection of regression datasets by Luis Torgo (ltorgo@ncc.up.pt) at http://www.ncc.up.pt/~ltorgo/Regression/DataSets.html Original source: DELVE repository of data. Characteristics: 8192 cases, 22 continuous attributes cpu_act 2014-01-23T12:16:32Z https://www.openml.org/data/download/3634/dataset_2183_cpu_act.arff 1 1 cpu_act 1 2 1 public active usr Public