cacti system tuning

cool fire coolfire at
Sat Nov 11 06:34:12 UTC 2006

thanks eric,

i am gonna report these infos to you in three days.



>From: Eric Anderson <anderson at>
>To: cool fire <coolfire at>
>CC: freebsd-performance at
>Subject: Re: cacti system tuning
>Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 07:02:24 -0600
>On 11/10/06 01:55, cool fire wrote:
>>hi all,
>>i have my cacti running on a server of Xeon2.4GHz with 1G RAM,
>>the system is running freebsd FreeBSD cacti 6.0-RELEASE-p5 FreeBSD 
>>6.0-RELEASE-p5 #0: Fri Mar 17 09:03:11 CST 2006 and havey loaded as 
>>  3:53PM  up 51 days, 22:15, 1 user, load averages: 1.97, 1.95, 
>>what should i do to turn this up?
>You'll need to start with some additional information.  If you have 
>bsdsar installed, a quick output of bsdsar -a might help.  Also, you 
>should try to find out if the load is due to CPU utilization, or I/O 
>(like disk) usage.  top/iostat/gstat may help you in these cases.
>Eric Anderson        Sr. Systems Administrator        Centaur 
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