vmstat -i output after solving snd problems.
jhb at freebsd.org
Tue Oct 3 12:00:40 PDT 2006
On Sunday 01 October 2006 12:08, Marcin Koziej wrote:
> 2) vmstat -i now shows:
> interrupt total rate
> irq0: clk 6824889 968
> irq1: atkbd0 13103 1
> irq4: sio0 2 0
> irq7: ppc0 71 0
> irq8: rtc 890176 126
> irq9: nvidia0 cbb* 464262 65
> irq10: cbb0 uhci1* 3 0
> irq11: ndis0 re0+ 130633 18
> irq12: psm0 597273 84
> irq14: ata0 118892 16
> irq15: ata1 74 0
> Total 9039378 1283
> Does it look normal? What do '*' and '+' after device names mean?
> I couldn't find this information in man vmstat, google or even quich
> grep through vmstat.c. What am I missing?
> Is there something to be worried about this?
Nothing to worry about. It means that there are more devices that couldn't be
fit into the available space for the name. A + means there is one more
device on this IRQ and there wasn't enough room for its name. A * means
there are 2 or more devices on this IRQ and there wasn't enough room for
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