Subject: Re: LFS trouble
To: Sverre Froyen <email@example.com>
From: Jeff Rizzo <riz@NetBSD.org>
Date: 09/18/2006 10:53:14
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Sverre Froyen wrote:
> This morning, again, LFS appeared to acting up. One process (kontact) =
> using about 25% of the cpu and its state (from top) was alternating bet=
> lfs_io<somthing> (I think) and lfs <something> (I thought that I had be=
> able to save the output from top in an ffs file, so I did not write it =
> In addition, iostat was showing a steady disk transfer rate of 6 MB/s a=
> could hear the disk seeking. kontact could not be killed (even with -9=
> the halt (and reboot) command had no effect. Any command that accessed=
> lfs file system would hang (other commands seemed OK).
> System is 4.99.1 i386, GENERIC_LAPTOP + acpi, Thinkpad T42.
> Ideas anyone?
Are you running with this change? Sounds like a problem that Konrad
fixed a few days ago:
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