Really? Looks like it's sorted by CPU% on my screen, well the CPU column header is highlighted.
Just tried F6 to change it to sort by CPU% and still the same.
> From: Bob Jackson <bobj@...>
> Subject: Re: [htop-general] htop upgrade to 0.9 on CentOS 5.5, empty processes now shown
> To: "Ben Bradders" <batfastad@...>, htop-general@...
> Date: Wednesday, 9 March, 2011, 17:14
> It's sorted by PID. Press F6
> and change your sort criteria.
> Bob J.
> On 3/9/2011 11:07 AM, Ben Bradders wrote:
> > Hi everyone
> > I've noticed this issue for a while and thought I'd
> finally see if anyone knows what's going on.
> > We've got a few CentOS 5.5 machines and I recently ran
> an upgrade on them, the only package that needed updating
> was htop which appeared to happily update to 0.9.
> > I use the dag wieers repo which provides pre-built
> binaries of htop for CentOS / RHEL.
> > When I launched htop after the upgrade, my process
> list now looks like this...
> > http://www.highbeeches.plus.com/htopprocesses.gif
> > 20-30 blank processes all owned by root. If I scroll
> down then I get to the rest of the processes.
> > I've tried restarting the machine, removing htop and
> re-installing through yum.
> > I have kernel threads hidden in the options and
> pressing K makes no difference.
> > This has happened on 3 different CentOS 5.5 64bit
> machines that I've upgraded.
> > Anyone else seen this before or know what's going on?
> > Cheers, B