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SubjectRe: weird system load (2.4.18-pre3) (last)
Hello,

It seems the problem was because of a hidden process, so no worries about
the kernel anymore :)

On Thu, 14 Feb 2002, Alan Cox wrote:

> > I have a linux router running 2.4.18-pre3 kernel and I've got the
> > following problem with it:
> >
> > It doesn't have free cpu, more than 75% of the resources go to system:
>
> Well its paging somewhat which suprises me, but unless your disks are in PIO
> mode I would not expect it to account for that.
>
> What network and disk drivers are you using ?
>
> > ext3 mounted, and we had a lot of problems with ext3 when reaching maximum
> > capacity ( after reboot had a lot of fatal errors ), but that seemed to
>
> Thats not a good sign for trusting the machine either
>
> > passed, and now we are getting this unusual load, plus the system is not
> > so reponsive.
>
> Not so responsive as when ? also what is in the dmesg log ?
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