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SubjectRe: IO stats in /proc/partitions
At 21:51 12/03/02, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
>Followup to: <3C8E1FFF.9090705@linkvest.com>
>By author: Jean-Eric Cuendet <jean-eric.cuendet@linkvest.com>
>In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
> >
> > Hi,
> > I use 2.4.19-pre2-ac4.
> > 2 questions:
> > - Either MD Raid ot LVM IO devices are not accounted in /proc/partitions
> > IO data. Is it normal?
> > - Are the new /proc/partitions IO stats integrated in 2.4.19-pre3?
> >
>
>If we're adding fields to /proc/partitions, I would like to
>*strongly* recommend that /proc/partitions adds the following
>information:
>
> offset and length

I had a patch for this already. I can update it and resend if the powers
that be want it. Just let me know...

Anton

> parent device (if applicable)
>
>The latter could also be used to identify parallelizable devices
>(spindles) for things like fsck.
>
> -hpa
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