Regression in -current?
avl at logvinov.com
Sun Jan 24 03:35:39 UTC 2010
On 24.01.2010 10:43 Dima Panov wrote:
> I see a strange regression since Friday's kernel, may be it's a kqueue-related.
> While building ports, now I never see 100% load of cpu, and portupgrade -fa
> takes ~7 hours for ~40 ports. Updating to current state (~3am VLAT) doesn't help.
> KDB and WITNESS/INVARIANTS disablen in kernel config
I have a similar problem with r202904 amd64 kernel with interesting CPU
last pid: 1885; load averages: 2.89, 1.56, 0.66 up 0+00:02:47
72 processes: 3 running, 69 sleeping
_CPU: 0.0% user, 0.0% nice, 0.0% system, 0.0% interrupt, 0.0% idle_
Mem: 120M Active, 39M Inact, 153M Wired, 6968K Cache, 65M Buf, 3565M Free
Swap: 8192M Total, 8192M Free
_1 [ nan%]_ Tasks: 53 total, 4 running
_2 [ nan%]_ Load average: 2.52 1.52 0.65
Mem[||| 146/4035MB] Uptime: 00:02:32
With r202370 everything is OK.
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