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Re: Eee PC and SDHC access
> On Sun, May 11, 2008 at 06:59:18PM +0200, Joel CARNAT wrote:
>> Any idea ?
> You know, just saying "I can copy small files but not big ones" is
begging for being humoured. Please be more specific with what happens.
well... the problem is it does not happen a single thing :)
I mean, running "systat vmstat" does not show a single "weird" thing (no
high load, no high interrupt numbers, ...)
Nor does top. There is nothing in dmesg.
I am running "cp" in the XFCE Terminal.
If I send Ctrl-C to the "cp" command, it never gets killed.
If I try to run "sudo kill -9 $PID" in another (already started) xterm,
this command never gives me the prompt back (and the cp command does not
If I try to start another Terminal, the app shows up but I never get the
If I switched to console and login as root, I can run "pkill cp", my "cp"
command gets killed.
If I run a "ls" command on the mounted SDHC (to see what's been copied),
the "ls" command freezes and I can't kill it from the root console. In
this state, sysctl says:
7 users Load 0.04 0.07 0.07 Sun May 11 20:34:25
Proc:r d s w Csw Trp Sys Int Sof Flt PAGING
18 27 110 8 28 in out in
0.0% Sy 0.0% Us 0.0% Ni 0.1% In 99.9% Id pages
| | | | | | | | | | |
memory totals (in kB) 136 Interrupts
real virtual free softint net/0
Active 883348 883348 1067636 softi net block
All 974560 974560 1329776 softint bio/0
softi bio block
Namei Sys-cache Proc-cache 27 softint clk/0
Calls hits % hits % softint ser/0
325 325 100 100 cpu0 timer
8 ioapic0 pin 9
Disks: sd0 wd0 md0 nfs0 nfs1 ioapic0 pin 1 64
seeks ioapic0 pin 12 85
xfers ioapic0 pin 16
bytes 1 ioapic0 pin 17 1558
%busy ioapic0 pin 23
ioapic0 pin 18
Hope it helps,
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