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SubjectRe: Suspected bug - System slowdown under unexplained excessive disk I/O - 2.4.13
On Thu, Nov 08, 2001 at 08:45:12AM +0100, Oktay Akbal wrote:
> On Wed, 7 Nov 2001, David Rees wrote:
>
> > >
> > > Keywords:
> > >
> > > vm, ReiserFS, heavy disk I/O,
> >
> > Let me guess, IDE disks? Anyway, this is a FAQ. Go www.namesys.com, click
> > on the FAQ, and look at #15.
>
> To bad I did not see the Reiserfs-Keyword before asking...
> In my case this happened on scsi-disks on a adaptec 2940.
> I read the faq-entry, but I do not understand why this should only apply
> to IDE. Maybe my old-scsi disks suffer the same problem ?

It could affect certain SCSI disks/controllers just as well. You might want
to ask this question on the reiserfs list to see if they have any
solutions...

-Dave
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