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SubjectRe: 2.6.14-mm1 RAID-1 in D< state
On Wednesday November 9, bootc@bootc.net wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I haven't noticed this until today...but my load average has been
> skyrocketing past 3.00 since Monday, which is when I upgraded to
> 2.6.14-mm1. I've got 3 Software RAID-1 arrays across 4 SATA disks, and
> all 3 processes are locked in an uninterruptible sleep.
>
> What's interesting, though, is I haven't noticed a degradation of
> performance at all, and all the arrays work absolutely fine. They aren't
> rebuilding or doing anything strange that I can see.
>
> Any ideas?

Can you
echo t > /proc/sysrq-trigger
dmesg > /tmp/log
and post the log created, possibly removing everything before
SysRq : Show State
If you can't find the 'Show State', then maybe your log buffer isn't
big enough. use 'dmesg -s ...' to make it bigger and try again.

NeilBrown
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