Carl Brewer <carl%bl.echidna.id.au@localhost> writes: > Disks: wd0 wd1 raid0 1024 fmin > seeks 1365 ftarg > xfers 25 27 2 itarg > bytes 1602K 1621K 24K 1506 wired > %busy 95.7 98.3 pdfre Unless you are doing some kind of retrocomputering, those kinds of numbers do not make sense. Check dmesg on boot and see if this really is in DMA mode. But, stop the raid stuff, and test the drives individually. > Something's driving CPU0 to 100% interrupts. I'm guessing that's the > raid reconstruct. Raid reconstruct shouldn't cause 100% cpu usage; it's basically the equivalent of a dd from one disk to antother.
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