[Bug 220971] Freebsd 11.0p11 - system freeze on intensive I/O

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Sat Aug 12 18:00:31 UTC 2017


--- Comment #7 from execve at gmail.com ---
I do not think there is any need to increase the memory usage. Like I mentioned
in the original PR description, even without X running on the same system with
8GB RAM, I could reproduce this using a split command on a 6-7GB file via the

>> running split on a 6.4G file (filesystem dump of disk using dump) -- something like 
>> split -d -b 200M -a 4 - part 
>> This would then freeze at one point - making the system unusable. I tried this 2-3 times. 

It is very clear there is an issue - and from my experience it is narrowed to
when the ULE scheduler and swapfile is in use.

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