Subject: disk write instrumentation
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Wolfgang Rupprecht <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/10/2001 11:27:23
Is there an easy way to instrument disk IO in -current so one can tell
who is writing what?
I just put a new disk into my laptop. Even though the new disk is
slightly lower power, it manages to put all that energy into acoustic
radiation. The disk-seeks are annoyingly loud.
I've already turned on "noatime, nodevmtime, softdeps" and I still get
a some disk io every few minutes. I'm not running whois or anything
inherently noisy like that, but I do have cron, syslog, ntpd, amd,
Xdm. How do I find the villian short of exhaustive search by killing
one daemon at a time?
Wolfgang Rupprecht <email@example.com>
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