processes not getting fair share of available disk I/O
kris at obsecurity.org
Thu Dec 14 22:01:29 PST 2006
On Thu, Dec 14, 2006 at 04:26:18PM +0000, Dieter wrote:
> > > FreeBSD 6.0
> > Erk. How about retrying with something modern ;-) We do fix lots of
> > bugs over time you know!
> In my defense, 6.0 is only one revision down. (until 6.2 comes out real soon now)
Or to put it another way, your system is missing 13 1/2 months of
continuous bug fixes :-D
> >> 32.3%Sys 31.5%Intr 0.0%User 0.0%Nice 36.2%Idl 710892 inact 32 3: sio1
> >> 74.8%Sys 25.2%Intr 0.0%User 0.0%Nice 0.0%Idl 828676 inact 36 3: sio1
> > Interrupt CPU usage might be high, but the first thing you should do
> > is retry with 6.2-rc1 and work from there.
> Whoops, the systat -vmstat and vmstat -i were with mutex profiling enabled.
> Sorry about that. CPU usage is much lower with it off. 85-95% idle when writing.
OK, that's better. Still, the only thing that fits is some kind of
driver or hardware problem, so check 6.2-rc1 and see if it's still
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