possible bug with RAID

possible bug with RAID

Post by Roy Sigurd Karlsbak » Thu, 13 Dec 2001 04:00:13

Quote:> it would be interesting to write a simple benchmark
> that simply reads a file at a fixed rate.  *that* would
> actually simulate your app.

sure. I'm using tux+wget for that. I were just playing around with dd

Quote:> sounds like a VM/balance problem.  you didn't mention which kernel
> you're using.

2.4.16 w/tux + xfs. The fs used on the raid vol is xfs

Quote:> > I tried to do the bechmark with the individual drives, and no problem
> > there...

> much less bandwidth, and therefore VM pressure.

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