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현재 버전 게시자: ABCellars ,

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You haven't given much information to go by, including the readings from iStat.
 
You may have a process such as a stuck print job causing your processor to run in excess. To find the process: From the terminal type '''top -u -s3''' (to take samples every 3 seconds) and look at the output. This will give you the PID of the offending process. Write down/remember the PID. In the terminal you then enter then "kill'''kill -9 PID number"number'''. For example
You may have a process such as a stuck print job causing your processor to run in excess. To find the process: From the terminal type '''top -u -s3''' (to take samples every 3 seconds) and look at the output. This will give you the PID of the offending process. Write down/remember the PID. In the terminal you then enter then "kill'''kill -9 PID number"number'''. For example
 
kill -9 1111
 
This will kill the process 1111.
 
Also please tell us the process you used to reset the SMC.

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원문 게시자: ABCellars ,

본문:

You haven't given much information to go by, including the readings from iStat.

You may have a process such as a stuck print job causing your processor to run in excess. To find the process: From the terminal type '''top -u -s3''' (to take samples every 3 seconds) and look at the output. This will give you the PID of the offending process. Write down/remember the PID. In the terminal you then enter then "kill -9 PID number". For example

kill -9 1111

This will kill the process 1111.

Also please tell us the process you used to reset the SMC.

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