Subject: Re: tar tages ages on raid1/raidframe?
To: Hanno 'Rince' Wagner <email@example.com>
From: Kazushi (Jam) Marukawa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/21/2001 23:11:57
On Oct 22, 1:08, "Hanno 'Rince' Wagner" wrote:
> Subject: tar tages ages on raid1/raidframe?
> This RAID-1 works fine, until I try to untar some stuff (or cp on
> it). Suddenly, it takes ages to extract files from a tar-archive to
> this filesystem.
I had the same trouble on my RAID5 using netbsd-current and
reported several weeks ago at i386-netbsd mailing list. Bri
also sent a mail about untaring on regular file system using
netbsd 1.5.1. You can see them by looking for messages with
"slow untar" in subject.
I haven't seen any reply to my mail, but two weeks ago
netbsd-current works well, so I guess it is one of kernel's
strange behaviors appeared recent days. I don't know the
reason, but if you are not using current version of NetBSD,
just try it.
On the other hand, I experienced samba server problem. It
became very slow using 10/6 NetBSD over a week. I have to
restart samba server to get acceptable speed, but it is
still slower than regular. I may need to reboot machine to
get full speed. I'm not sure this is an application problem
or another kernel problem, though.