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SubjectRe: Connector: Filesystem Events Connector v3
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yang.y.yi@gmail.com writes:

> the filesystem events connector is small and has low overhead, it only
> focuses on activities in the filesystem, so I think it should be an option
> for those users which just concerns events in the filesystem. audit dose do
> this, but it is complicated and overhead is big, I believe the filesystem
> events connector is useful, but it maybe need to be improved further.

Would this be a good tool to tell me why I hear my hard drive stutter
periodically? This is above the regular buffer flushing.

I'm curious what application is causing this file i/o since I have plenty of
free RAM so the only reason it would be hitting disk is if something is
calling fsync gratuitously.

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greg

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